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... next. When we replied Death Valley their response on each occasion was "why? isn't it hot enough here?". But we really enjoyed the drive there and our stay. I still remember the shock on the face of some German tourist as she scrambled through a small gap in the rocks in Golden Canyon squeezing up into Red Cathedral obviously assuming she was alone and as she saw us sitting there under the red hue of the monumental red rock!! It just typified ...
... a big stone wall that runs through the centre of the city. To cross we had to have our passports and enter a "UN Green Buffer Zone". It was a bit strange to the see baby blue berets of the UN workers (and in the distance there may have been guys with machine guns) while we walked the 100m of neutral zone between the two states. Once we got through the boarder the people were just as warm and open as I remember ...
... over their shoulders, others clenching them ready for a fight. Our driver got out with our passports and held his hand up to us which meant to stay seated. Time ticked by, and we were sweating it a bit. After what seemed like an hour but was realistically more like ten minutes, he returned and off we went entering the Turkish side.
As we drove into the small town of Kyrenia, Cyprus, ...
... You know that saying "It's all Greek to me!"? Well, there is a reason why it exists...Greek is so difficult!! It not the same as learning Spanish or Italian. With Greek you have learn the names of all 24 alphabet letters, their sounds, and how to write their capital and lower case forms. And let me tell you, it is not easy! For example: Etta makes an "i" sound but it's capital letter is ...
... not, as I would have liked, about Cyprus.
“Would you like to join us for coffee? We were just about to drink a cup”, the lady says. “And there are slices of apple too. Please help yourself”. Over a cup of 'medium sweet Turkish coffee’ she finally answers my question.
“My family, we are Turkish. But you see my mother?” She points at the old woman sitting at my table. “She ...