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... that you don't expect to see another human in the remoteness of a vast uninhabited wilderness.
My best bit? Impossible to single out one event really. I loved it all - driving 3000 miles in a Range Rover Sport, 28 hangovers, meeting scores of lovely people, one ghost and one ghost town, lake fireworks, scary mountain drives, 13 diverse hotels, stunning scenery, a hilly chilly foggy city, hot dry deserts, Route 66 and Highway 1, old ...
... 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 ...
... to drive on the left side of the road in Cypress, but the fact that there was no seatbelt was another thing. I only ended up driving up the curbs a few times nearly taking out a street sign.
Finding our condo in Kyrenia was difficult too because of the extremely narrow one way roads in town. We had found the condo on the Home Away website the night before, and the owner had ...
... 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 ...
... Turkish, she can hardly speak the language. She has spoken Greek all her life. Because of the partition she was more or less forced to learn to speak Turkish, but she was too old for that. We have always lived together, Turkish and Greek Cypriots. I don’t understand why we are told to hate each other. It is almost forty years now, that we are separated. I am getting old. I hope that before I die, we’ll be one country ...