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Sun 9th Aug - Bit of admin this morning as we checked flight times for our return home on 21 Aug....its early! However it means we are back in the UK at a nice time for a pick up. Turkish Airlines from Ercan to Istanbul, then onward leg to Gatwick landing around 11:30am. Then booked a pick up from our place to Ercan airport, cost was £18 which is very reasonable. Enjoyed a light breakfast of yoghurt, raspberries and honey plus a few cups of tea. Admin done we sat ...
... cross by the check points though – a big fence and disused buildings stop entry else- where.
Nicosia not that great. Just a city. The south is a bit more up market than the north but saying that, once you are out of the old city in the north it's all pretty normal and modern – a bit like Turkey. It seems no-one wants to do much development in the northern part of the old city. And to a certain extent it’s the same in the old city ...
On this visit, I spent 4 amazing nights at the corner suite #472.
The suite was huge and gorgeous, (67m²/721sq.ft) stylish and classy, with a king-sized bed and a separate seating area. The leading patio door windows opened to a small balcony that overlooked part of the back garden. With access to the Executive Lounge and with high-speed internet I was totally spoilt. Nothing was missing, am ...
... back patio with a book and chill awhile. Checked and watered the plants which despite our best efforts seem to be surviving and growing well.
Supper tonight will be pasta a glass or two of red and then we will sleep well
..and I am sure we will sleep well!
There are many many reasons why we love North Cyprus, yes we know it isn't perfect but today was another reason to why we feel we made the right decision and are so lucky to be able to enjoy our bit of ...
You can visit Selimiye anytime except for the praying-time (Ezan) during the day.
The time we were there, there was a praying going on and there were dozens of shoes left outside by the entrance.