The island of Cyprus and it’s people hold an incredible and mysteriously intriguing beauty. The stories of Cyprus and the island’s history go as far back through ancient history and even have place in the old lore of those people’s civilizations. It is odd to me how many people have not yet ventured to this island, at least not with any regularity, other than from that of it’s closer neighbors... this has changed in more recent years and I could not have felt more perplexed while visiting if this relatively halcyon populous was to be affected with appropriation by their open invitation or whether it would settle amicably in the end. With how I see it now, both culturally and economically, I can not see an as pleasant foreseeable future should Cyprus and it’s visitors continue in the manner it has, respectively.
Compared to most westernized societies and especially that of the U.S.A.’s, it is far more common around the world to find some truly unique methods of travel and ways to transport goods. In this particular case, a man and his son are transporting garbage via their three wheeled motorbike called a “motosiklet”. _______________________________________________________