Turkey Before Thanksgiving

Istanbul, Turkey was an unexpected stop on this trip but it ended up being an awesome experience.

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Eid Mubarak! Ramadan ended and the boys are back to live it up!
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Gotta hit them, hit them angles…
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Streets is watching, two point oh.
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I love to see people who love to do what I love to do.
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Faith is a beautiful thing when it’s relationship-based.
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Amateur tip: Don’t drink Turkish coffee without knowing how to drink it.
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No discussion needed. Just do it. Thanks.
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Like father, like son.
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Orville who?
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Sunset on the southern coast.

 

 

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