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Pipie


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12/05/2011 23:15

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Had a great chat with a lovely character today who told me that he travels from Larnaca to Nicosia on a Bus for 11 ytl, he then travels on a bus from Nicosia to Girne for 7ytl then tavels from Girne to Esentepe for 4ytl



Not only does he travel cheap he gets to chat to the locals which improves his Turkish !!







Could not travel myself personally this way but so admire this guy. wonderful !!



No1Doyen


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12/05/2011 23:18

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Brilliant!! I must try that one day.



billybob


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12/05/2011 23:22

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dont offer the ROC bus driver 11ytl No 1 or I think you might be walking to Nicosia



Pipie


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12/05/2011 23:32

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He also told me of some really cheap ways to travel around the UK to UK airports, really helpfull for anyone on a budget or just likes to travel by Bus !!



Pippie


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12/05/2011 23:38

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We tried public transport once in the UK travelling from home to the airport. It was a nightmare. You know what it's like - delays, cancellations, roadworks and detours. Connections had to be replanned throughout the journey and it was touch and go whether we'd make in on time.



I suppose it's a great way to travel if you don't have any appointment to keep and can relax!



rowlo



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12/05/2011 23:52

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they do it all the time in uk , its called a bus pass ?



Blackbird



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12/05/2011 23:54

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I tried the bus once since I got my driving licence......never again............



Pipie


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13/05/2011 00:21

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I agree not for me either, but great if you are by your self like this guy, he never mentioned he incurred any problems with any of his travelling, I just found it interesting !!



Chegwin


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13/05/2011 21:16

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I got a friend who is a bus driver as well.

Very interesting people bus drivers.

Should have thought to post this myself but I just didnít think to do it.

They know loads of stuff.

Especially good with local information.

Canít remember his name though.

Good post Pipie.



wanderer


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13/05/2011 22:03

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urban areas service excellent and free to me especially useful matchdays drop off by Billy Wright,s statue

Man in Walsall organising the second clockwise trip round English coast by bus 15 days all free travel he's studying what effects the cuts have been on services

Lots of friends of my son are Polish and are always confused that we say thank you to the driver as we exit the bus



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