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... they are being fattened up elsewhere ready for the end of Ramadan in about 10 days time....who knows. After tending to the garden I then had a cold shower and just sat on the patio enjoying the peace and quiet with only the birds flying between the trees and the odd cat strolling by. This is one of the best parts of the day, enjoyed with glass of a favourite tipple and seeing the sun slowly set in the west. After catching up the BBC news via the tv and supper eaten it ...
... has proven time and time again that such animosity born from differing ideologies takes generations to die out. Who knows if reunification of Cyprus will ever happen in our lifetimes ... but all of Cyprus was shocked ten years ago when the North finally opened up its borders, allowing citizens to freely cross from one side to the other. It may have been a small step, but it was an important one, the first of many required to hopefully one day reunite this divided ...
... 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
... later and find all the lights on and on the table a platter of fruit, and champagne. Of course the champagne goes back to the kitchen waiting for further notice until I arrange to share it probably with a friend or relative.
Lunch is a feast here, but I confine on the salads. A middle-aged couple sitting opposite me attracts my attention, acting as if they have never had food for a month. They each ...
... me that the valley was originally a miners’ village and that I have to find a way to visit the old mine before leaving. She would love to take me she says but I told her that I will find a way to go there for sure.
The old village roads and most of the traditional houses are still made of the authentic mountain brick and stone construction, and the village is really well looked after and very clean thanks ...