As we walked through the courtyard of the Blue Mosque, we glanced inside and found two little girls looking outside with the same curiosity we had looking inside. To them, we were foreigners and to us, they were locals – both of us intrigued but in different ways. Shortly after, we walked around to the side and were able to enter the mosque, but not before they covered our shoulders and legs with sheets of fabric, and had us remove our shoes. It was the beginning of a busy day in Istanbul!
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