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Travel Books

I love Travel Books, who doesn’t? When I lived in America, I used to buy the Frommer’s books for my journeys. When I moved to Europe, I switched to Lonely Planet which I prefer now. My brother bought this Travel Book today, for his trip to Belgium & Germany. He is going to Brussels, Bruges, Cologne & Ghent. If you are going to 3 or more cities, something like this is definitely more convenient & budget friendly. There is a map for each city inside and it’s made of good quality material, not the crappy paper kind. There are also 7 top 10 suggestions on the map for each location and more. The book was €14.99 but in UK it should be £7.99 which is actually an awesome price.

International Short Film Festival of Cyprus

Last night I attended the 2nd night of the film screenings, and I really enjoyed myself yet again. Here are the 2 short films from Night 1 and Night 2 that I enjoyed that are not in the competition. Castello Cavalcanti by Wes Anderson (USA/Italy) 8 min Nashorn im Galopp by Erik Schmitt (Germany) 15 min I couldn’t find the full movie, but if you do please let me know as I loved this movie!