Put That in Your Hubble-Bubble and Smoke It

Robischon, Noah
May 2005
Arthur Frommer's Budget Travel (Newsweek LLC);May2005, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p68
Presents information on the hubble-bubble, a Turkish tradition and pastime of smoking tobacco from a glass water pipe known as narghile. Information on the flavors available for hubble-bubble; Ways of smoking from narghile; Components of a narghile.


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