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Travel Blogs from Trikomo
... and no one was there and can't even find any staff!!!!
They were about to offload my bags and everything! Holy moses. Thank you god!!!
I'm here, broken suitcase wheel and oil spill inside. Could be worse. Glad am here.
To do list for the week:
Party with molly ;) its my one weekend here today
Hit the beach
... 2 places in Turkey! Finally I will be able to see Mykonos and Santorini, as all I have heard was that I had to visit those two islands while I am out here and I will. I am very excited. From this point forward it is going to go by double fast. The following weekend is the only weekend I have left in Nicosia until may. On April 3-6 I will be in Israel and then the following week finally it marks my 2 and a half weeks of spring break. Yes my spring break is 19 ...
My thought's have been racing so much these past 2 nights. I guess being sick this week has put a lot into my head. Those who know me know that I want to do a lot with my life but that is just it, I think I want to do too much. My passion is life just in general, living it to the fullest, and taking advantage of the opportunities that God allows. Being a Mariner has been such a blessing these past three years of my life. The people I have met, well I ...
... we drive to the airport.
Actually have 2.5hrs to wait for flight so settle down for a decent omelette and bread and catching up on diary (remember I'm running two books!).
Rucksack converted to holdall and day sack and think I've managed to hide holdall behind my back as I check in. Told the maximum limit for cabin bag is 8kg. Yeah, yeah. Boarding pass collected, turn and walk a few yards when there's a "Stop, stop". ...
Xé menino, quando eu morrer,
quero ver Chipre viver em paz!
(after Waldemar Bastos)
At a corner of the Turkish section of Nicosia I stumble upon a small niche in the scorched wall. It is just past three in the afternoon, and the streets are empty. Actually. half of the old, walled city looks a bit deserted most of the day; both on the Turkish and Greek side of the demilitarized zone. But there are quite a few ...