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... graves, the amphitheater, road systems all point to a rich culture. It was an important site for the Med. trade and trade routes. Following the Achaic period, it was under the Persian Empire, then fell to Alexander the Great, then to Romans. The colons are marble, which is very different than many other cities I've visited in Turkey. These ...
... 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 ...
... admire how a (bomb/gunfire?) damaged cathedral can be modified into a mosque at minimum cost.
Next time, up into the Turkish north eastern end of the island, making use of the month’s insurance and visa we already have.
... would listen in to the idle chit chat of the important people and sell any useful information on and to be fair, when you're wiping ***** and not getting paid for it, you'd pretty much sell anything on to make an extra buck.
This tradition has been carried on throughout the ages but these days people tend to stick to selling photos of naked celebrities snorting cocaine off hookers' tits to The Sun. Yeah, same ...
... used as pawns, just like the Cypriots.
The next time we went into the Old City to go to the Turkish side, I saw things differently. Buildings that were occupied by Turkish shop owners used to be those owned by Greek Cypriots. Homes that Turkish people now live in used to be homes of the Greek Cypriots. It was hard not to feel remorse for the Cypriots, and I could not enjoy myself as much knowing what it was like for them.