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... was only £1.25p......anyone need any? Then called into CreditWest, our bank....wanted to test our bank cards which we got a couple of weeks back - they worked! Onwards to Supreme supermarket for our weekly shop, plenty of chicken, sheftalia, pork, lamb chops and bacon for the bbq. Decided supper tonight would be a Supreme special takeaway....its hard to resist. So its roast chicken, rice, roasted vegetables, aubergine and a couple of flatbreads.....in fact ...
... old traditional stone-buildings in the narrow cobble-stone street give out a kind of mystery.
I feel as if I am walking through an out of this world spot of a fairy tale. There are so many reflections and shades all over, as if somebody has sprinkled gold dust on ...
... br> As I am taking you around the Old village through photos you will notice
that these houses are all built on huge stones. These stones were carried by the rivers, thousands of years ago. (The largest is the one I mentioned on the previous entry –the Stone of the Couple).
Irene's House is located right in the centre of the old and very popular neighborhood of 'Palia Kakopteria’.
THE VILLAGE: Kakopetria is both a poem and a painting. The village itself is like a beautiful painting with its ceramic coloured roofs of its old houses and its many orchards and poplars dressed in green, yellow or red.
LIVING-ROOM / KITCHEN: The ...
... a divided country was all that was left in the aftermath.
Nicosia/North Nicosia/Lefkosia ... whatever you want to call it, it's one of the most pronounced remnants of the most recent chapter in the country's tale of adversity. Cyprus became an independent republic in 1960, but as is usually the case with a nascent country, a cause to celebrate quickly deteriorated into violence and a fractionated nation, as old animosities reared their ugly ...