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... one could help. Quite ****** at this stage. No suitcase. Jammed iPod. Broken charger. Had a brainwave. Connected my iPhone onto wifi and googled the problem. iPad not responding to touch. Apparently a common problem. Got a solution to problem. Just repress he home button and off button for 10 sec till apple sign appears and then release. So I was in business again. Easy peasy. One problem solved. Went to dinner and not long after suitcase arrived. So was ...
... the text above (and that may include native speakers; my Japanese is not very good) I aim to make a short, daily post in Japanese and English to document my trip and improve my skills. Now this blog may fail, but I may as well give it the old college try... you have to start somewhere if you want to make a change in life. Anyway that will be all for now. Hopefully this blog and your interest in it will ...
... and the way from there to Kyrenia.
Would never rent a car at AVIS CYPRUS again. You get it with fuel and they tell you to bring it back as empty as possible, but no matter if it is still half full you do not get back one cent....
Did not see anything of a crisis.
Cyprus is not a cheap place.
Glad that I was here, but do not have the intention to come ...
... narrow, cobbled streets of the village. Women here traditionally weave lace while the men traditionally weave silver wire into exquisite jewellery and silver objects. Usually the women sit outside their shops or homes making their lace and beckoning passerby's into their shops to buy. Today was hot, and there weren't many women outside.
One woman who was outside was Maria. We stopped to talk to her and discovered she has a cousin who lives in ...
... wonderful taste of what Cyprus is like...a place I would love to explore more of.
Getting back to our flight here, we had a couple of hours stopover in Dubai and then enjoyed a smooth flight across the empty, barren and moonscape deserts on Saudi Arabia. Our flight path had has heading tantalisingly close to the Suez Canal, but we veered right before we got to see that. We did, however, fly over the Sinai Peninsula and I imagined the Israelites wondering around this ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility