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... enjoy it so wishing they were there to see it. I've realised that the little ones don't really realise the difference, between Myla asking if I was going around to her house and Indi trying to show my letters of the alphabet by placing them on the screen of the iPad ,its really shown how much technology assists in making things seem less distant. One thing I've found the hardest is the breakdown in communication - people don't tell you as much as they did when ...
... he had died yesterday. What are the odds?? We also visited a cathedral-turned-mosque (like all churches and cathedrals if they were once under the rule of the Ottoman Empire...hey look at me, I actually learned something!) and we were going to see the whirling dervishes but they didn't start until later so we gave it a miss. We might get back there today if doing laundry doesn't take up too much time this afternoon. ...
... they are indeed
beautiful but they are beaches like more or less in other places of the world.
Cuban cigars, yes they are really good and it is interesting how hey make them
but again it is just cigars.
had a long and hard struggle with my self... Conforming to the
reality being served and imposed to me. Tormented between this and listening to
my soul (or intuition or primary emotions), attempting to create my own
... the population of these birds and flamingoes are thousands. They always come in December and stay till March.
When summer comes the water evaporates leaving a crust of salt and a haze of gray dust by the banks but it is white salt in the centre and it is much… I have a faint picture of how salt was collected when I was a kid. Salt is no longer collected because of the airport which is very close.
THE FOLK ART MUSEUM IN NICOSIA
I am visiting the Folk Art Museum this morning. I prefer to walk so I am out after breakfast. I had a rough look on the map and more or less I know where it is.
I reach the Museum 20 minutes later on foot and the Museum is next to Archbishop's Palace.
The building itself is originally 15th century gothic with latter additions and it used to be a Monastery.
It was ...