😆There is actually a Han hotel in Istanbul?
We ended our super early morning shoot on a positive note! Thankful to Julie who managed to lure 3 huge, stray, and overly friendly dogs off Sylvia’s gown, and that no one froze to death.
Uber’s not really big in Istanbul, and we heard from a cabby that it is illegal, and actually saw a police stopping a private car by the road sides. But take it with a pinch of salt. You shouldn’t trust all cabbies in Istanbul. More on that later.
You just wish the beam disappeared into the blue skies! Nevertheless, this is a really nice restaurant to shoot at, as it is smack in the middle of Hagia Sofia, and the Blue Mosque.
Brunch was ok here. We had to go though.
After our Otag Tepe shoot (unfortunately not much behind the scenes), we stopped over at this home-cafe. Wish we had more pictures of this cafe which had pink sofas under a tree and beautiful dandelions all over their lawn.
Somehow we ended up playing with seagulls again. Uskudar’s probably one of the best places to take a stroll and just watch the sun set over the horizon. It gets crowded, but it’s always a lovely vibe when you don’t have railings blocking you from plunging into the Bosphorus Strait.
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