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Postby YFred » Mon Jun 14, 2010 3:52 pm

umit07 wrote:I've got a infected throat and ear. I'm taking two different antibiotics that have stuffed my stomach up, plus I've been going to work studying and attending exams. All up things have been pretty shit lately.

Have a good meal, take a long walk and clear your mind for more studying and exams. Can't be that much time left for this year to end.
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Postby Baggieboy » Mon Jun 14, 2010 6:06 pm

Irish - have you looked at the Trip Advisor Cyprus forum? It's a little more, how can I say - "tourist orientated" than here. They're not really angry btw - Cypriots are actually really friendly when you meet them (cue "No We're Not!")!!
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Postby Svetlana » Tue Jun 15, 2010 6:23 am

Baggieboy wrote:Irish - have you looked at the Trip Advisor Cyprus forum? It's a little more, how can I say - "tourist orientated" than here. They're not really angry btw - Cypriots are actually really friendly when you meet them (cue "No We're Not!")!!


Actually it is all part of the Forum Initiation Ceremony, which applies to anyone who has not been a member for at least 3 years and made a trillion posts...
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Postby miltiades » Tue Jun 15, 2010 7:11 am

As a ...long standing Cypriot , 64 years now , I can vouch for the friendliness and hospitality of the Cypriot people even when one such as I is excruciatingly rude by harshly criticizing their nasty driving habits , smoking , and calling them plonkers they respond in a very friendly fashion by waving at me with the palm of their hands outstretched wide open and fingers apart , this gesture indicates their utter friendliness and hospitality traits.
I have yet to meet a Cypriot that is somewhat "blunter" than I'm , love the people love the food , the weather , the sea the clear blue skies , cant say much about women never had the pleasure !!!!
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Postby little_irish2007 » Wed Jul 14, 2010 4:10 pm

Well I am home from my first Cyprus holiday.It was amazing! The hotel was fantastic, the food great, absolutely fab wedding! People were so friendly -unlike a few on here :wink: Cannot wait to book again for next year!
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Postby bill cobbett » Wed Jul 14, 2010 5:33 pm

little_irish2007 wrote:Well I am home from my first Cyprus holiday.It was amazing! The hotel was fantastic, the food great, absolutely fab wedding! People were so friendly -unlike a few on here :wink: Cannot wait to book again for next year!


We're not in. Clear Off!

:lol: :lol:

That was a joke L-irish. Tell us a bit about it. Where you stayed, where you visited, where you ate and most importantly for a careful with the euros tourist like me, how was the value for money?
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Postby miltiades » Wed Jul 14, 2010 6:05 pm

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apc2010 wrote:ask your bank ............ or there is a new thing about called google ................

Is this how you treat a tourist. I'll tell you what L_I once you land make your way to the north, you will be able to exchange 2.4 TL to the pound and your currency will buy you twice as much, so that makes it 4.8 times better off.

See how rude these so called "Greeks" are?

The lady or man does not want advice from a foreigner Fred he /she is clearly asking the question expecting an answer from a Cypriot.
Here is my advice . NEVER EVER change your money at any of the UK airports. The rates are diabolical and these so called currency exchange bureaus are playing on the fact that most people do not know what the true rate is. I'm appalled that the law allows these con men to operate at UK airports. The best place to change STG into Euros are the local shops everywhere in Cyprus that display on a pavement board the rates given. Avoid hotels and tourist areas. Unless you can get a commercial rate the best method is the numerous shops in Cyprus.
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Postby Baggieboy » Thu Jul 15, 2010 1:04 pm

Glad you enjoyed Cyprus - yes - tell us more - I'm not back till October and missing Cyprus like mad at the moment!
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