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... so as promised at the beginning of my travels, here is me reassessing the last three months. When I left home I had three main things playing on my mind, all of which had a massive influence on my emotions even throughout my travels <b>1) Why am I doing this? </b> This trip has been about me, and I've kept true to that throughout my travels. Its been about getting wonderfully lost, letting go of any negativity I've been holding onto, appreciating ...
Before we left Paphos we stopped at the Tomb of the Kings, another amazing anthropological sight from the Byzantine era. Here carved from huge stones and even carved into the ground itself were amazing feats of architecture where nobles and famous people of the time were buried in the highest of ceremonies and later early Christians sought refuge from persecution by the Romans. The Tombs are full of religious meaning, ...
... Doom in New Zealand.
I was robbed on a train in Australia.
I was chased by Vietnamese tranny hookers down the streets of Siem Reap.
I attended a 10-day meditation course.
I met amazing friendly and hospitable people.
I made life-long friends.
I lived countless moments.
I lived in every single one of them.
Because this is how life should be.
those who may naturally ask, like my mother did, why it had to be like that, 6
... side before 1974, and after all these years it seems that the time has come for the transformation of the coastal road of Piyale Pasha area.
I can't wait to show you around after works have finished when I am back in spring.
On this entry I show you photos in random from ...
It was built by Archbishop Nikiforos in 1662 on the site of a 14th century Benedictine chapel dedicated to St. John the Evangelist.
In the year 1426 it was turned into an Orthodox monastery when the Benedictine Order left the island following the Mameluke raids.
It remained as a monastery until the 18th century when Archbishop Sylvester converted ...