Istanbul: day 2

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Istanbul. Dan drugi. Za razliku od drugih evropskih prestonica, u ovoj se novogodišnja atmosfera svodi na po koji zakićeni izlog i sprejom ispisan natips ”Happy New Year”. Sa druge strane, puls grada vas navodi na utisak da je Istanbul hronično zahvaćen prazničnom groznicom. Barem kada su gužva i broj ljudi na ulicama u pitanju. Kontrast. I u ovom slučaju. Kao i u mnogim drugim kada je Istanbul u pitanju. Dok neizmerno simpatišem nedostatak praznične euforije, shvatam da proživljavam jedan od najnetepičnijih prelazaka iz stare u Novu. I uživam u toj nesvakidašnjosti. Dok me Istanbul polako ali sigurno zavodi i osvaja. A činio se tako grubim. Oh, kakve zablude…
Do idućeg posta. Vaša B.

Istanbul. Day two. Unlike other European capitals,  New Year’s atmosphere in Istanbul is reduced to few sparkle windows and spray-painted inscription ”Happy New Year”. On the other hand, the pulse of the city makes you the impression that Istanbul is chronically affected by festive fever. At least when we are talking about the crowd and the number of people on the streets. Contrast. In this case, too. As in many other when it comes to Istanbul. While I’m immensely sympathetic to the lack of holiday euphoria, I am reliving one of the most untypical transitioning from the old to the new year. And, I enjoy in it, while Istanbul slowly but surely seduces me. And it seemed so harsh. Oh, what misconceptions… Until next post. Yours B.

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