Arrived in Cyprus the journey ended but the story just beginning… Marilyn and Alf

English: Map of Cyprus showing all Municipalit...

English: Map of Cyprus showing all Municipalities and communities with over 750 people (government-controlled area, 2001 census) or over 500 people (Turkish-occupied areas, 1960 census), as well as 34 former Improvement Boards with population less than 500/750 people. The map was designed by Alexander-Michael Hadjilyra (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Yesterday, we arrived safely in Cyprus but although the seven week journey is technically ended the real story is just beginning…

Whilst were at sea for seven days, with no access to the internet, we wrote a daily blog, and shall be releasing these on a daily basis, so watch this space.

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18 Responses to Arrived in Cyprus the journey ended but the story just beginning… Marilyn and Alf

  1. Danny Bowcutt says:

    Sounds like quite a cruise for the last leg of this part of the journey. How long will you be in Cyprus before setting off again?

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