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... Despite the height advantage of being 11 floors up you can't see the division between north and south like you could between east and west in Berlin. Further investigation required.
Head to the Ledra Street crossing. The Greeks just let you walk out along the flowerpotted no man's land. The Turks take your details and stamp that white slip of paper (the one with the John Bull printing). I'm now in the Turkish north. 100m separating two pints of ...
... where we stayed in for most of the day to recoop (my Thursday must have been exciting!!) This may also possibly be the day we went in search of the Sursock Museum, and wandered round being mad dogs looking for it. We were sucessful in our quest and securely located the building site in which stood Sursock museum. Large signs advertised its unveiling in Summer 2012. I will keep you all updated. Saturday's excursion also escapes me, but I know that that evening I ...
... he said when he gave her a lift earlier that day. He wasn't going to give up. We just listened and laughed. We laughed a lot.
"I want to **** you! You, yes. I go four years with no sex! Everyday I'm jacking my dick thinking of you! Three times every day I'm jacking my dick until I come. I'm thinking of you! This is what I tell her." He held up two fingers to show us just the way he had done it earlier. ...
... hens. Cones of meat that are spun and carved by men built like knotted ropes wielding foot long swords, glistening with perspiration. The shawerma of Damascus is a force to be reckoned with. Bursting with thick slabs of golden meat, loaded with garlicky mayo and topped off with crunchy pickles it is then rolled in grease and grilled like a panini. It really should come with a surgeon generals warning "This sandwich will kill you."
In comparison this wimpy cone ...
... there was a jovial cheering competition as all eyes turned to the many TV screens at kick-off. We sipped cold beers, supplied by an Argentina-supporting bartender, while we oo-ed and ah-ed along with the rest of the crowd.
The next day, we headed across town again, to meet up with a friend (who has a car!) for a trip out of the city. Our destination: the Jeita Grotto, followed by the beach. Traffic was not too bad so the ...
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