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Thin slicing in Istanbul.

September 7, 2013
Istanbul

Istanbul

Cistern Basilica, 6th century

Cistern Basilica, 6th century

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There's always something completely unexpected.

There’s always something completely unexpected.

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Wonderful Istanbul

Wonderful Istanbul

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Psychologists use the term “thin slicing” to refer to those occasions when we rely on all our first impressions and cut through to the most basic information in order to make our judgements. It is apparently more accurate than more exhaustive and elaborate assessment tools.
So here’s our Istanbul thin slicing: relaxed, beautiful, warm, welcoming, respectful and clean.

From → Alex and Janine

4 Comments
  1. Trish Fisher permalink

    Let me tell you Alex and Janine I am not enjoying this armchair travel!!!
    Early signs are this is a great trip to be on!
    Ciao
    Trish

  2. Gerry permalink

    Are they stuffed marrows and eggplants I see? – Yum!
    Gerry

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