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... here compared to home. It is crispy on the outside but a little less salty and lacks the gooey inside factor. Our mezze platter at Gourmet Taverna had zucchini balls covered in yoghurt, fresh tomatoes and my new fave cheese balls.
- remember to put loo paper into a bin
- try not to be too busy. This is a test when it is now second nature to fill every spare second of conscious ...
... GPS and only a simple map through towns without street signs...double check!
We flew into Paphos (on the Greek side of the island) and stayed at an AirBnB in a smaller town about 40 minutes north named Pegeia. The patio of which overlooked the Mediterranean. Ahh! Heaven!
With the sun shining, we planned on relaxing, exploring, and hiking. And on the first full day, we set out with that in mind. Driving north ...
... Our rep came to meet us at lunchtime and we had a long chat with her before doing a big shop in the supermarket and having a long swim in the pool. It was just so nice to see the sun and relax in the heat! James had bought an underwater camera before the holiday so we tried it out for the first time and fell in love with taking underwater selfies!
On Tuesday we were a bit more adventurous and drove to the Baths of Aphrodite on the North side of the island. We had ...
... so unsurprisingly we stopped. I had a Cyprus coffee - mistake. Very strong. Anyhow we had an interesting chat with the owner who grows the grapes all around him and makes the wine on site. He invited us for a tasting session and of course bought a bottle which tasted fine there but will probably be awful when we get home.
Carried on up the mountain to the highest point Troodos with our ears popping due to the height. Troodos was a ...
... Bus #40 goes as far as Omodos (one euro) which is another popular village I have to include in a coming trip. The bus sets off at 10:00 sharp. On the way we pass through different smaller, but not so interesting little villages (Kandou, Souni, Kivides).
The driver tells me that I have to get off at the village of Ayios Amvrosios and there is a corresponding bus that will take me and any other to Vouni.
So, here we are, we reach ...