The Istanbul Series – Part II@The Spice Bazaar

Overflowing with colour, the Spice Bazaar was a delight for the camera.

I was walking in the perimeter, gazing everything in wonder and sinking in the vibrance of the colourful collage spread before my eyes.

Sometimes while trying to make a living, we forget to live, we forget to stop and smell the roses, we forget to appreciate life in it’s various colours, we forget to think colourful.
Ah … I am sure you can tell, I love colours! *Smiles*

 

I want to talk less today and let the pictures do the talking.

After the round up of the Bazaars, I shall, in my next post, take you to meet the lovely people from Istanbul at one of the most beautiful islands in Turkey. Any guesses?

Until then, get colour-struck with these pictures and please do drop in a line if you like them.

Wishing you all a colourful Sunday!

Love!!

The various spices

The various spices

spice rack

Beautiful Blue Cutlery

Beautiful Blue Cutlery

sulemani chai set

sulemani chai set

Dried capsicum

Dried capsicum

The Dry-Fruits

The Dry-Fruits

Natural Tea

Natural Tea

Turkish eye shop

Turkish eye shop

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5 thoughts on “The Istanbul Series – Part II@The Spice Bazaar

  1. I don’t know about you, but I would have gone crazy shopping there. We just don’t have anything like that in Las Vegas, or anywhere I know of in the States. That would be wonderful to get fresh spices, fresh fruits, and fresh teas. Everything here is packaged and sealed. I have to get my Mate from Amigo foods since the one place that sells it here is $6 for a small bag, and I can get about 4 or 5 times that much for a dollar or two more from Amigo. But it is crazy that there is not farmer’s markets and fresh items available for people in the big cities. Thanks for the pictures.

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  2. Hi Navaara! Thanks a lot for stopping by my blog and for the lovely comment. I am so happy to know that you enjoyed the glimpse of the Bazaars. Since we don’t all such unique and natural stuff in Dubai too, I totally went crazy filling my shopping cart and ensured I made the most of it.
    Especially I am all besotted with their natural teas and soaps. Stay connected! πŸ™‚

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