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... marble colons are easily 9 ft high and 60 cm in diameter.
The amphitheater also has marble seatings in the first 5-6 rows, very interesting. There is also a toilet area (lantern) that's worth looking - interesting.
The sun was setting and I hurried for the pictures. Hope you like them.
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... months after my application I was finally here. It was so surreal. I was far from home for my first time ready to embark on this grand journey. As we circled around the edge of the ocean I could see right through the water, the water was the color of my quince dress ... turquoise. It was beautiful. We landed at the airport. It was the tiniest airport I have ever seen ( well I have only been to LAX, Heathrow, & Gatwick so I am sure I am exaggerating ) but it was tiny. ...
... apartments so I can get anything I need just by walking across the street.
Yesterday we went on a mini tour of the some of the city. We went to the "Green Line" which is the border between the Greek and Turkish side of the island, as well as the UN "no mans land". There were many run down or abandoned homes and schools, and many, many stray cats, which are very popular with some of the girls here. We also went to a museum to see the ...
I was really astounded by how non-wintery Cyprus was. The first day just waiting around felt like a late NZ spring and made me want to strip down to shorts, t-shirt and jandals.
I like Cyprus because it reminded me of Malaysia because of the humidity and the general "vibe" of the place. It felt like the lazy Langkawi which I visited ...
Whilst Loody and Shupiwe were visiting we figured we might as well go and check out Northern Cyprus because, let's face it, when the Green Line was drawn they got a lot of the cool ****. Probably a good thing, if the Greeks got it they'd have promptly concreted over it.
Border crossing are relatively relaxed these days, you'll be needing your passport and if you're driving over you need to buy Turkish insurance on the border, but they'll stamp a ...