That's kind of cool. I would never do something like that though.
So we all look poor when we go there? That is a lot of gold. Really brings out the "brightness" in a smile. I would not like it though.
these are great...i'm so intrigued by your journeyssara
Oh now I remember when I see them in your pictures - you're right! I've seen golden teeth in Turkey...And it's a good idea. Here as well as in Egypt dentist is not that visited place for all people...BLOGitse
Great journeys! And I always love your pictures!Those are stunning!B xxI loved your wise comments on my blog. I really appreciate them!B xx
Loving the head wear ! Wonderful post as ever
Wow! Well it's a lot less cumbersome than carrying around 50 handbags and pairs of shoes I guess ;-)
The world is still a wonderful and diverse place. I love your photos of your travels, Aysegul. I hope you're enjoying your move to your summer house.
Fascinating!! and great photos.. I don't think I would like this but it is interesting.. thanks for always sharing your travel photos with us... love the costumes!!! xx Julie
i'm with petrea, very interesting to see and understand other cultures values and beliefs..since i'm not able to be there myself i so appreciate you taking us along :)happy summers beginning
i think it looks pretty cool. i like the gourds in the first pic. i have a whole box of them waiting to be finished~laura
I adore all the interesting things about other cultures that you share with us. My father had a gold tooth, but it was on the side of his mouth. You could see it when he smiled big. I never thought to ask him about it, but I know gold fillings were once popular in America.The gourds in the first photo are beautiful!
Well it would certainly solve my problems of having coffee-stained teeth. I love seeing what you see on a far different part of the world than my own. Thank you for continuing to provide great photos and history...