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... and there are not a ton of hotels that cater towards younger people near the beach. The beach is not that nice near Ayia Napa, but I hear Nissa Beach just down the road is pretty nice. The only real tourist site in Ayia Napa is the monastery, which is actually quite an impressive site. The monastery looks like it's made out of gold although I'm sure it is not. It is decorated with all kind of ornaments and even has paintings all over too.
... love and repair. I was very sad that I could not buy them all and restore them. Every time I go into an art museum-or any museum, I get emotional. I can’t help but feel honored to see such passion for something and that even after you pass, it is possible for things that you loved will still go on.
After visiting a few other places and walking around some more, we progressed to the next town, ...
... city of Roman roads, tiled floors and tall columns. When we arrived the black clouds had returned so we ran into the restaurant and sat out most of the storm with a hot drink. Once the rain passed, we walked around for a very long time, trying to take in as much as we could but I think you could spend an entire day in Salamis and still miss a lot. I was trying to track down the tile mosaics shown in the brochure, but to no avail. Philip did find a beautiful mural for me though, ...
... we were heading to Nicosia via a couple of points of interest. We parted with the whopping sum of YTL62 (Yeni Turkye Lira; new Turkish lira), around €30 for the three of us for the food and drink we'd had the previous night before heading to the very tip of Karpas Peninsula, Cyprus' northernmost point. It's one of those places where you pretty much just rock up and take photos just so you can say you went there and is marked by ...
... off his horse, himself and the slicey wheel effort. One legend says that he merely picked up his head and carried on kicking Venetian **** because he was a double hard *******. This isn't the actual wording they used.
The Ottomans ruled for ******* ages. I mean, we're talking 300 years or so until they signed the island over to the British, the deal being that the Turks retained sovereign rule.
Haha righto, Turkey, good luck luck with ...