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Travel Blogs from Limassol
... copious games of bat tennis on the beach, watching the Champions League game in Nicosia and probably most all enjoying many excessive eating sessions with Stis’s friends and family – none more special than the final night when Mimi and Solumi celebrated their anniversary and invited us along and none more amusing(/painful) than the first night when I ate so much I passed out in the car then slept 13hrs that night!
Just a real tourist day, visiting the mosaics in the Houses of Dionysos, Theseus, Aion and Orpheus in Pafos,
then the Royal tombs of Kato Pafos.
On the way back to Nicosia a short stop in the hill town of Lefkara, know for its lace.
... own eyes, they hoped to be cured."
"Did it work?"
The monk smiles and shakes his head. No miracles here.
It is only now, as I walk out of the compound, that I realise why the first church, that stood within the village proper, was so hard to find: most churches don't feature a cross, not on the roofs nor on the fašades.
The villages they're in are quaint, with narrow streets ...
... and the richness of its seas. With that comes investment and money, which the Cypriot government welcome to boost and improve their failing economy.
Invasion being an accepted part of Cypriot history and discussion by now, of course, be it benign, commercial or militaristic. The Turkish invasion of 1974 still forms a huge part of the national identity. A saying here translates as "God forgives, ...
... too busy shopping, so will upload these at a later date. However, we did fall in love with the place; it was warm and sunny and would be well worth a quick visit from England if one needed to get some more sun rays!
Hope all is well at home.
Jill and Ivor
Mum and Dad
Grandma and Grandad X X ...