stambulskie starocie {thrifting Istanbul}

Stambul nie tylko zabytkami, Bosforem i ulicznymi kotami stoi :) Zainspirowani przez mojego mlodszego brata wyruszylismy w miniony weekend na poszukiwania staroci :) Prowadzeni wskazowkami bardziej doswiadczonej Stambulskiej kolezanki odwiedzilismy prawdziwy bit pazarı (pchli market) na jednej z ulic Dolapdere w centrum miasta, a pozniej spacerowalismy w dol uliczkami prowadzacymi w strone Galaty i natknelismy sie na wiele sklepikow i stoisk sprzedajacych stare drobiazgi i ubrania :) Portobello to to nie jest, ale wycieczka byla bardzo inspirujaca i ”nostalgiczna”, nie ma to jak stare kolorowe zabawki, telefony, ksiazki, zdjecia, aparaty… takie odkrywanie nieznanych zakatkow miasta jest bardzo ciekawe i w sumie ciesze sie, ze udalo nam sie zwlec z rana z lozka i zobaczyc cos nowego:

Last Sunday we decided to discover something different in Istanbul and thanks to my little brother who is really into old stuff we planned some thrifting activities :) First thing in the morning we went to Dolapdere to a flea market which I’ve heard about from my friend. Although the place doesn’t have the best reputation we really enjoyed, we didn’t buy anything but it was fun to see really old toys, everyday objects, letters, notebooks and more :) Then we went down towards Galata and we came across with little stands and shops selling old school stuff, cameras, clothes… It was very colourful, very inspiring and very nostalgic ;) I’m so happy we decided to wake up early on that day to discover something new and interesting :)

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