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... and worked well, has a timer on it so will shut off after a while - ideal as you get off to sleep with some air circulating.
Thur 2nd July - Got up at 7:30am, tea and watch the world from the patio. Checked out the salad crops, cucumbers taking over the place and tomatoes now beginning to ripen. All plants watered time for some cornflakes and a coffee. Going to be a hot one today,its only 8:30am but the sun is very hot. Bit of on line admin to do today to ...
... ago. A renovator’s paradise!!!!! ( But no renovators in sight.) And cafes with food half the price of the flashy ones on the sea front. An interesting place to wander.
For my friend Alastair. I found the Personality Pub. Met the owner, bought a beer and had a chat. I can assure you nothing has changed from when you were here 10 years ago, and nothing will for the next 10. He said to say "hi" and pass on his regards to you ...
... down onto the central plain and then east. Weather warm and sunny. Just over an hour later we arrived at Gazimagusa and headed for the old town inside the ancient walls. A stroll, around the wall before then heading thro the windy streets in town, popping into the odd shop along the way. Stopped for freshly squeezed orange juice and a bit of a rest which was much needed. Old town explored we then took the 5 minute drive to ...
Meeting a VirtualTourist Member.
I arranged meeting a friend of mine whom I met through the forums of VirtualTourist. She happens to be from Larnaca but has been raised and lives in London.
I had a business meeting to attend that afternoon and when that was over I joined Angela for a glass of beer. ...
... the Jews for his and they chased them to the northern coast of Cyprus where Barnabas' followers escaped to Egypt.
Thus, St. Barnabas's grave site remained unknown for 432 years until it was revealed to Archbishop Anthemios of Constantia (Salamis) in a dream. Anthemios went to the site and opened the cave and found the remains of St. Barnabas and St. Matthew's Bible. He took the remains and Bible to Emperor Zeno ...