Where have I been? Cyprus update & my first time in Milan, Italy

I catch up on where I've been the last two weeks, talking about my day trip to Girne from Nicosia (in the unofficial Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus). I then flash back to my first time in Milan, Italy, showing some of the city and explaining where I'm heading next


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Posted by Jason Billam
on 3rd July 2022 and
updated on 4th July 2022

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