We had a superb but very filling meal at the hill view hotel restaurant last night, when we got back we took advantage yet again with our latest discovery channel which enables you to get BBC or it programmes away from home. This morning we weren't up that early afternoon a heavy night but eventually got ourselves sorted and set off on our trip up to the troodos mountains, sue,s first trip there. We were following the route that I'd taken just days ago to the trnc or northern Cyprus. We did pick up s Bedford village bus I hadn't seen for a few years and then later in the day one I saw for the first time. Going two direction s along a road sometimes reveals hidden treasure and after troodos we headed down towards or should it be up to the border and saw the tantalising sights of the bay beyond the border but we didn't have permission to take this car over the border. We stopped for brews and ice creams even apple pie and ice cream. I'm glad she lilked the trip, I was getting a bit weary with the tricky bendy roads and heavy traffic and eventually glad to his the motorway west to pissouri from Limassol. Tomorrow isn't,t our last day but probably my last filming so I'm hoping for a mixed bag of lorries and buses at larnaka, I think there should be a couple of Maltese vessels in. When we leave Tuesday night we'll go back home with sue in hednesford near Cannock and then back to our place later Wednesday. Then its a quick catch up before we head south Friday morning early to film at Southampton docks which I Sussex out at Christmas. We are having the Saturday as a family day and then Sunday it's the Alton rally in Hampshire, we are launching our bargain section with a selection of older stock at just £8 a DVD. All our recent releases will be available and also on board our Sussex and Hampshire photos plus m&d. We look forwards to meeting of our followers there. Then its the countdown to Mandy's operation. We are hoping to get to the s West, east Anglia, Essex, plus Northumberland and the borders plus day trips to Aberdeen and jersey by air.
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