Kusadasi, Turquia, November, 2012 Market These charms to ward off the evil eye were popular throughout the Mediterranean. We saw many styles of these in Turkey.

Kusadasi, Turquia, November, 2012 Market These charms to ward off the evil eye were popular throughout the Mediterranean. We saw many styles of these in Turkey.

Sirince, Turkey

Sirince, Turkey

Where to Eat in SYDNEY! Sydney, Australia has the most AMAZING food scene!! Here is the ultimate guide to foods you MUST try when you're in Sydney. (And trust me, it's NOT vegemite!) This post has me ready to hop on a plane right now!

The Ultimate "Where To Eat In Sydney" Guide!

Where to Eat in SYDNEY! Sydney, Australia has the most AMAZING food scene!! Here is the ultimate guide to foods you MUST try when you're in Sydney. (And trust me, it's NOT vegemite!) This post has me ready to hop on a plane right now!

A local beer in Kusadasi, Turkey (photo by Peggy Mooney)

A local beer in Kusadasi, Turkey (photo by Peggy Mooney)

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Every International Dining Rule You Need To Know, In One Chart

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Belief in the evil eye is strongest in the Middle East, Asia and Europe.  In some areas where light-colored eyes are relatively rare, people with blue eyes are feared to possess the power to bestow the curse, intentionally or not.  Belief in the evil eye features in Islamic folk religion and Jewish folklore.  In Latin, the evil eye was fascinum, the origin of the English word "to fascinate". The evil eye belief spread to northern Europe, especially the Celtic regions.

Belief in the evil eye is strongest in the Middle East, Asia and Europe. In some areas where light-colored eyes are relatively rare, people with blue eyes are feared to possess the power to bestow the curse, intentionally or not. Belief in the evil eye features in Islamic folk religion and Jewish folklore. In Latin, the evil eye was fascinum, the origin of the English word "to fascinate". The evil eye belief spread to northern Europe, especially the Celtic regions.

Kusadasi, Turkey  KING of the knock-offs!

Kusadasi, Turkey KING of the knock-offs!

50 Insane Facts About Australia

50 Insane Facts About Australia

Kusadasi - Pascha

Kusadasi - Pascha

Храм Святой Софии, Стамбул. Индивидуальные и групповых экскурсии по Стамбулу и Турции. Исмаил Мюфтюоглу гид историк. www.russkiygidvstambule.com

Храм Святой Софии, Стамбул. Индивидуальные и групповых экскурсии по Стамбулу и Турции. Исмаил Мюфтюоглу гид историк. www.russkiygidvstambule.com

Kusadasi, Turkey  roaming the streets

Kusadasi, Turkey roaming the streets

Market at Kusadasi Turkey

Market at Kusadasi Turkey

wish I'd bought one of the beautiful rugs in Kusadasi, Turkey

wish I'd bought one of the beautiful rugs in Kusadasi, Turkey

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Armada Hotel- Breakfast roomArmada Hotel- Breakfast room(Sultanahmet,istanbul,turkey)

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