Depends where you’re sitting at the international table

I was talking to my partner last night. He’s in Turkey for two weeks. I’ve never been but he says it’s awfully cosmopolitan and terrifically international; twice the size of London. He’s staying at his sister’s place, she works for the UN, think she holds 4 passports. His brother in law is Israeli and their children speak more languages than my guy.

Percepetions are bound to be different, I guess it just depends where you’re seated at the table, or if you’re Godot; on top.

Published by baileyalexander

An American living in Piemonte. Sailed across the Atlantic aboard our 43 Nauticat in 2002 and spent over a decade living in Rome, Paris, Prague, Malta, Venice and Bucharest before settling in Piemonte, Italia.

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