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tinnyboy_1 - Answered a Question by hackney (02 Sep 08 23:37)

Go out the cruise berth and take a left and its on the other side of the road easily walkable.

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hackney - replied to tinnyboy_1 (03 Sep 08 12:33)

Can you give me more information. I walked to the supermarket at Porto Pri and they did not sell cigs and I could not find a Tobaconists . Do you leave the main road and take a turning before the supermarket.

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tinnyboy_1 - Answered a Question by hackney (05 Sep 08 06:51)

Travel along the covered elevated walkway to the exit and follow the road with the white central markings in the centre till you exit the port area over a bridge take a left immediately over this bridge and the ciggie shop should be visible about 100-150 yrds in front of you up hill on the right. (if you have google earth I have marked it for you as 'the ciggie shop palma' HTH Steve.

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