Because we had some time before the bus started, we had a rest at the cafe in the station with other local people.
A small truck came and started selling tomatoes.
The locals knew it would come, and they made a short queue.
After the tomato vendor went, a seafood vendor took their place.
At the cafe, there were old men sitting around, as we see everywhere in the southern Europe or the Middle East.
According to a tour guide, there are many cafes in Cyprus where no woman are admitted.
She said “Women are too busy for their house work to do nothing like men”.
Well, if they are happy about it, it is OK, isn’t it?