The Ship Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... few days. Walk was duly completed and we inspected the hole being drilled out yesterday....its deep but still no idea why its there. Pre supper glass of wine and a beer before enjoying a chilli. Then checked our walk for tomorrow and looks like we will head out east this time.......more to follow.
Fri 22nd May - Awake just after 6am, followed by cup of tea and prepare for todays hike in the hills. Set off heading east this time and after 20mins parked up ...
... this afternoon cos a couple of days ago I rolled over and experienced that moment of fear when my left boob slipped through the join of the single beds and thought I would be painfully trapped for a while but what a giggle when you discover it's not going to happen xx Hotel staff have just told us that they will be arranging a pick up for us at 6am on Friday so the countdown has begun Hosçakol or goodbye for Northern Cyprus for ...
... we really need to share with you. The last time we were out there camping, it started to rain. The tent is water- and storm proof, so that's not a problem for us. Unfortunately, the sand track we had used to reach our beach was not waterproof. When we rose in the morning, we had to wait a bit for the rain to stop, packed our tent and tried to reach the main road. It was probably not more than 300 meters, but it took us almost an hour. The mud was some 5 centimeters thick, so ...
... is one of the only (if not the only) city in the world that is in two different countries. Turkey and Cyprus hate each other. There are signs on the Greek side of Cyprus saying get Turkey soldiers out. The Greek side of Cyprus was where I started in Nicosia and I spent about an hour here walking around town. It has a lot of shopping streets that are for pedestrians and not cars. There are a few famous cathedrals that are really nice. The line was ...
... the bay where hundreds of boats and it was a lively busy port with many restaurants along the bay with excited males wanting us to eat in there restaurant but we kindly refused and we were left alone...this was not a place of confusion and disruption...this was peaceful and quite stunning...this was a lovely surprise and we enjoyed a romantic stroll along the pier before enjoying a meal in a small restaurant next to the bay.
While heading back to the ...