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... things in life and learning to step outside of my comfort zone. I've gotten wonderfully lost both in my thoughts and in towns I've never been to, I've seen some really difficult things that have made me realise how ungrateful we can be for the lives we live. Two of the main examples of this are homelessness and refugees both of which have been very apparent throughout my travels. Its made me very appreciative for the life I live, well in fact the life we live and ...
... area under the balcony. Two hours later and job done, white walls done along with a bit of yellow to brighten things up. As is the norm John ended up wearing a litre of paint for his trouble.....we hate painting! A prolonged scrub in the shower and with most of the paint removed it was time for a cup of tea before our evening stroll. Wandering around we came upon a passion flower and also some hanging geraniums so we took a cutting or two, popped them in a tub and we ...
... and not visiting places on my holidays (like a tourist),
I will borrow Ernesto Guevara’s words. When asked what he had seen on a trip he
had taken at the provinces of Argentina, he replied: “I am not nourished in the
same ways as the tourists… one doesn’t come to know a country or find an
interpretation of life in this way. That is a luxurious fašade, while its true
soul is reflected in the… anxious passerby one gets to ...
A PRIORITY ATTRACTION OF RELIGIOUS, HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL IMPORTANCE!
The Church of Saint Lazarus is very close to the hotel I stay, and since I am here I thought to dedicate this entry to this attraction.
This magnificent 9th century stone church was built by Byzantine Emperor Leo VI -9th century and it was restored the 17th century.
It is one of the most ...
... a cathedral, establishing it as the seat of the Orthodox Archbishopric in Cyprus.
It is a small single-ailed church with Franco-Byzantine architectural elements. Its high external buttresses give the impression from the outside of being a fortress.
It is the only church in Nicosia (Lefkosia) in which the whole of the internal wall paintings have survived in their entirety.