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OK so the tickets are booked to Bangkok, vaccinations done, couple of hotels booked, lots of on line research completed. Soon time to think about packing - the worse bit!
My grandfather died in WW2 in Burma, near Mandalay. I am determined that we will go to Burma (yes, I know it's Myanmar but hey, it's my blog) and , well, I don't know what really - just be there.
I am now ...
... American Academy. I can't wait to see her again. The 4 of us were classmates from the Academy but I know Maria from Primary school and for 6 consecutive years we were in the same class. We were neighbors as well and there were times especially during exams when we would study together.
Since I am not driving I ask Maria to pick me up from home. She is here with her husband. Wow! My friend has not changed much. She is still beautiful, a lady now –not ...
... br> When you arrive at a city get to the Tourist information office and get informative booklets or leaflets. There is a very useful booklet for the buses in Paphos. Ask for it from any bus station.
( http://www.paphosfinder.com/transportat ion/bus_service_paphos.htm )
Other buses to other destinations are the OSEA ( www.osea.com.cy )
The Intercity buses that get you to the main cities plus Protaras and Ayia ...
... this time, picking up the same dual carriageway and heading in the opposite direction, drive for quite a time, before turning off on to the mountain pass. The road was steep but i was rewarded with some beautiful mountain views.
Found my way into Kyrenia, but found the lack of signs made it impossible to find anything, after driving around for a while i called it a day and headed back, pleased with myself for finding my way and lasting longer than the day before.
... began, i couldnt work out where i was going, there were no signs and was fast running out of petrol, so found a garage, handed over some Turkish lira, not having too much of a clue how much petrol it would buy and had the car filled.
Strategically i turned back and came back, my courage had deserted me and i just wanted to get back to a place i recognised.
Retraced my steps and went back the way, i stopped to look at ...