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... decidedly better.....nurse Sarah had given him some jollop which looked to be working. Decided to play with technology and also pick some films we could copy from Robs tablet. Played around for a while.....Some people were thrashing around in the dark but eventually they saw the light and films all done and transferred. Around 4pm we then moved up to the pool for a laze around and swim for a couple of hours. Back home we just after 6pm for garden watering, ...
... your watch by them. All accompanied by a small g & t. Weather today was lovely and sunny till about 11am and then clouded over...still managed to sit outside but with a jumper on.
Supper tonight is home made coleslaw, salad, pitta bread and nice Cyprus potatoes. Think that we have now managed to get most of the jobs we had to do completed. Sarah will be contacting Orhan our great handyman and see if can replace a couple of tiles in ...
... hotel and beach. • Famagusta Kale Içi: This translates as Inside the walls of Famagusta. Here, you can find lots of historical attractions (ruins), and lots of market stalls / shops / restaurants & cafés. • Kocareis Beach and Restaurant: This is also a very beautiful location to have a meal as it is right on the beach, so you can make a great day of it. The food is outstanding. • Silver Beach: Silver beach ...
... on the way back before eventually passing back through passport control, then through customs, who thought it was strange i hadnt stayed long, i explained that being a humble woman and blonde i was bad with directions and had got scared, and he smiled and let me back through, after having a look on my seats and at the boot.
I have to say i so pleased to be finding my way back to the hotel, but so glad i had ventured into foreign land for ...
... bit confused someone will ask you if you need help so I reckon my resting face must be one of absolute confusion because when I walked over to the north in Nicosia one time, I was inundated with offers of help whether I needed it or not. It's not my fault. Sometimes I try smiling but this just seems to freak people out even more, they wonder why the pierced chick is baring her teeth at them.
Omg can I not get through ...