Bellydancing and Folklore

On our final night in Istanbul we went out to a folklore dinner. A car picked us up at the hotel and brought us to a huge hall, where at least 600 people gathered for dinner and the show. We had a table by ourselves, right next to the stage.

The food itself wasn't anything spectacular, and most of the other diners were tourists. And then the show began.

Bring on the bellydancers!

When the performances ended, many of the guests started dancing on the stage to the beat of the Turkish music. It seemed like a party of an Israeli teachers' association, so we decided to call it a night.


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