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... with inspirations and I was inspired with what he was undertaking. Think about it...he have already made 5,000 km on the way over and he's just starting...he wants to complete this riding all around the globe.
He said he was a postman in his country before he was let go. Then, he sold most of what he's got and decided to bike the globe. Humbling equipment he's got and slow ...
... the village on the other side, the locals were sat outside watching the world go by while the first time visitor was wide eyed and trying to work out where she was heading.
Followed the signs to Famagusta, going through a long area of nothingness, just fields for miles, until i hit a roundabout, which pointed to a dual carriageway, i desparately hoped i could find my way back again, drove for about an hour before hitting a town, then ...
Y'know, for a lesbian, I'm far too easily impressed by phallic objects. We were off to Ancient Salamis which I wanted to see because it has columns. I'm weirdly attracted to columns. Columns are one of those things that make me praise the joys of digital photography because I can't stop taking photos of them. It doesn't matter how many photos I take of columns, I always leave thinking that I may have missed an angle. Clearly ...
... or visit the casinos like former years because it is painful for a true Cypriot to stand all this. And believe me I feel I am a true Cypriot myself, but the only reason I want to visit this place today is because I have missed it so much. I have never been to Salamis ruins after 1974 and actually I feel like I am on a pilgrimage to this historic sight here this day.
We drive through the green line and come to the city where my friend has some ...
... border police stamp and bob's your uncle, we were in North Cyprus in a matter of minutes. The minute we left the border, the ambience changed completely - it was clearly Turkish on this side of the county. We visited the Buyuk Han, an old market place which still had a few market stalls selling various handicrafts.
Later on in the evening, we went out for dinner with Miriam and Tim and had the best ...