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... with inspirations and I was inspired with what he was undertaking. Think about it...he have already made 5,000 km on the way over and he's just starting...he wants to complete this riding all around the globe.
He said he was a postman in his country before he was let go. Then, he sold most of what he's got and decided to bike the globe. Humbling equipment he's got and slow ...
... Mehmet, the guards, was very knowledgeable and gave a small tour and we chatted a bit. Very nice gentleman. The road up and down is very treacherous and a moment of distraction could easily mean trouble from steep mountain sides. Okay, so be careful!!
Oh, one more thing: I saw an almond tree fresh with flowers fully bloomed. The island is in the midst of flowers blooming. Exquisite site.
... a big stone wall that runs through the centre of the city. To cross we had to have our passports and enter a "UN Green Buffer Zone". It was a bit strange to the see baby blue berets of the UN workers (and in the distance there may have been guys with machine guns) while we walked the 100m of neutral zone between the two states. Once we got through the boarder the people were just as warm and open as I remember ...
... by Turkey in 1974, and the south.
I mentioned before that only Turkey recognizes Turkish Cyprus as a separate country, so I'm not going to count it as a country visited by me, unlike Kosovo and the Palestinian Territories because both have been recognized in soem way by the U.N. That leaves me at 89 countries I have visited, unless you use the list created by The Travelers ...
... stealing and burning the product of the generation of a time when this land was a different country and helped shape what it is today. A harsh lesson in impermanence and how different people will always do different things to what you are used to or expect. And as soon as you accept that, the sooner you can learn to live with that. Something that's confirmed to me as I finally get used to the Islamic singing and finally drift back to ...