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Dear Emre and Kerem,
I made a habit of stopping by old, very old, religious sites and this is one of them. A monk from Anatolia came to Northern Cyprus and built this monastery in the 12. century and dedicated it to Mary, Jesus' mom. It's fairly well-preserved with orchards around it. It really secluded up in the mountains. The monks, after completing their training here, would go all of the region to teach the word. ...
Before we left Paphos we stopped at the Tomb of the Kings, another amazing anthropological sight from the Byzantine era. Here carved from huge stones and even carved into the ground itself were amazing feats of architecture where nobles and famous people of the time were buried in the highest of ceremonies and later early Christians sought refuge from persecution by the Romans. The Tombs are full of religious meaning, ...
... t sure whether or not to be happy or scared. The Driver finally dropped us off at a small building with no signs in front. We were led in and a man that spoke broken English greeted us. The transaction went smoothly and the young Turkish man convinced us to rent a car from him for 15 bucks a day. The car was an old 1980 junker Nissan which pulled horribly to the left. That wasn't so bad because ...
... 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 ...
... apartments so I can get anything I need just by walking across the street.
Yesterday we went on a mini tour of the some of the city. We went to the "Green Line" which is the border between the Greek and Turkish side of the island, as well as the UN "no mans land". There were many run down or abandoned homes and schools, and many, many stray cats, which are very popular with some of the girls here. We also went to a museum to see the ...