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Larnaca was my first stop in Cyprus. Emirates has a route that goes to Larnaca, then onto Malta and I'm doing both legs on this trip. The Malta leg will be in 5 days. I used a rental car company here and it was a complete rip off, so I did not get off on a good foot in Cyprus. The car was supposed to be $27 for 5 days and then an airport fee and …
... in the UK but still very good. Decided on chicken fried rice for supper so did a bit of preparation so just need to thro the ingredients together into the wok later. Mrs Fox will have a few bones later if she pops round. Late afternoon and a stroll to the pool, again I was the only one there so no interrupting the 20 lengths in what was a very warm bath. Goats and shepherd have not been around for a few days now so maybe the weather is just to hot even for them, ...
... scars on its cities, and emotional ones on its people - whatever the problems of the past may have been, this beautifully-seamless blend of architectural styles does offer a ray of hope, as a shining example of how opposing ideologies can exist harmoniously, side-by-side.
In a gross oversimplification of the situation, can it not be as simple as that for people? Can people not look past the history of hate and violence, and past their differences? ...
Reflections of the travels - Celebrating life!
I quit my job.
I bought a ticket.
I took my camera.
I fell in love with the world.
I crossed the United States by train, for 4 days and 3 nights.
I had the laugh of my life with a Korean guy at a hostel in Cancun.
I swam at a cave pool within the mountains of Vinales in Cuba.
I climbed Montagna Picchu.
I spent a couple of nights at a favela in Rio de Janeiro.
I did wine tasting in Mendoza.
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 ...