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... graves, the amphitheater, road systems all point to a rich culture. It was an important site for the Med. trade and trade routes. Following the Achaic period, it was under the Persian Empire, then fell to Alexander the Great, then to Romans. The colons are marble, which is very different than many other cities I've visited in Turkey. These ...
... stretch his euros to get by. He's got a great personality and hard to imagine his ruggedness underneath that kindness. I am just upset that I didn't take a selfie with him.
You'll also see pictures of yellow wild flowers and red cord rose all are signs of spring coming to Cyprus early in late January. Incredible.
Catch you a bit later.
Love you guys,
... Olympics upon discovering we're from London and that she preferred the Greek Olympics.
- Visited the Turkish side of Nicosia where we had to get visas for the hour or so that we were ...
Ayia Napa is a party city on the south part of Cyprus. I never heard of it until I watched a TV show called sun, sex and suspicious parents. Many English lads come here in the summer to party and do dumb stuff. it was far from a party town when I was here. It was actually almost dead. There was literally no one on the streets. There were at least 50 top end bars and nightclubs with cool names like Titanic or Ice Age or Bedrock (flinstones). In the ...
Larnaca was my first stop in Cyprus. Emirates has a route that goes to Larnaca, then onto Malta and I'm doing both legs on this trip. The Malta leg will be in 5 days. I used a rental car company here and it was a complete rip off, so I did not get off on a good foot in Cyprus. The car was supposed to be $27 for 5 days and then an airport fee and gas fee. The gas fee was 100 euros. Whether you ...