I set off o. My journey to north Cyprus about six this morning, we had a fabulous runner andpuddjng last night and then caught the soaps but BBC escaped us but it was fine. I headed from the motorway up north through troodos where intook s wrong turning and had to back track, as we found previously the signing is atrocious in Cyprus and seems to bounce around dozens of different names for the same thing then jumps from the obvious destination action to some small village off the veatentrack,. The border crossing and xarinsurance was painless being around nine am and I was a queue of one.usingtipsid boyfriend friends Jones that the first location over the border in the rep on Cyprus should reveal some interesting finds and the first garagehad three Bedford's which were painted up and revealed for video and photos plus several Bedford's buses, certainly a good start and everyone seems to speak or return a Kerry wave in the car. There were quite a few old his in farm years but as I headed. North to kyrenia it dried up, nothing there of note save the captured Greek munitions at a prologues museum, buses mainly mini bus around this tourist conglomeratation. Again. Signage poor got to outskirts of Nicosia then tried to park near junction ended up back near kyrenia as no way of turning at any junctions between the two. I did stop and get shots her and there and ended up at Famagusta late afternoon, straight to port got some nice shots and then took an hour trying to find the guesthouse. Took several attempts and many people trying to help, tapping dog may be annoying but not on a road and gardens to rear, I'm in an little room with outside but sole use toilet cum bathroom, it has zircon thank goodness, tried the supposed best restaurants i. Town, guess reviews done on trip advisor by realtives ended up having a couple of ice creams and beers then back to do this blog and get the soaps from home before bed. The harbour truck scene still looks good , let's hope that Thursday is a busy day, it's not far but don't think I'll walk as I will need to find somewhere to eat tomorrow, there is a costs coffee on the Mai road through town, at least there isn't any need to pay to park I. The country which is a bonus. The incredibly large Turkish army presence is a bit off-putting when travelling but guess their economy here would collapse without them. Fingers crossed for a good day tomorrow, Mandy and she had a trip to the shopping mall in Limassol and got wine cheaper in marks and Spencers than in the pissouri supermarket looking forwards to home cooking Friday night.
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