The Park Hotel

Youlu Yenibogazici pk Salamis, Famagusta, Cyprus | Hotel
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Don't Wanna be Torn

A travel blog entry by jeremiah2911

... don't really see as being successful in life. I always follow this saying "it doesn't matter what cards we are dealt, but how we play the hand" Being at Marymount really showed me that. It was weird for me at first, attending a school where well a lot of the kids were way more privileged than I was growing up or even now. But then I think well I have way more street smarts than most. I wasn't handed everything, I wanted something and WORKED for it. WORKm ...

1 month update... On the radio

A travel blog entry by jeremiah2911

... day devoted to just eating cheese. During Greek Lent which last 50 days, not 40. ALL MEAT AND DAIRY are given up. This weekend GLS has arranged for us to go to Limassol and Paphos for some sight seeing. We will be visiting Aphrodites Rock, legendary birth place of Aphrodite. I will be posting pictures soon. Just letting you all know I am okay, ...

Let it Rain

A travel blog entry by jeremiah2911

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... the ground.It's beautiful. Anywho I forgot to upload some random pics of the neighborhood and up our amazing time at Syrian Meze as well at the really cool neighborhood bakery. Tonight we are going out for valentines. I am reminded of how for the past three years my mom has been my valentine, and how I miss her so. Last night I was watching the Lizzie McGuire movie ...

CYPRUS 4 Agia Napa and Famagusta

A travel blog entry by amery

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Agia Napa Up to the right hand end of Cyprus, and around 2.5 hours from Paphos, we come to Agia Napa, a very nice beach based resort and a good 2 night stay sort of place to explore this end of Greek Cyprus and also the Turkish ...

Columns And Columns And Columns

A travel blog entry by travelnshit

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... post without any kind of digression?

Let's talk about these ruins. Judging by the steel re-enforcements around the base of the columns I'd say that the columns all fell down, more than likely when Arab raiders ransacked the city in 647. Like, they totally ****** it. Salamis dates back to around the same time as Kourian and had been added to by the Romans when they rocked up, you can see the remains of the ...

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