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... security checks involved checking all the bags still on the plane in the overhead lockers belonged to passengers still on the plane, checking under seats and checking all the seat pockets.
I have never heard of Larnaca and discovered it is in Cyprus. Now there's a place I haven't been ...
The buildings which have been restored, date back to the end of the 18th century and are typical examples of traditional Cypriot urban architecture.
The main Tourist Information Centre is also out here where walking tours around the city centre start on Mondays, Thursdays and ...
... outskirts of Larnaca towards the airport.
The tour starts from the Palm Promenade, passes by the Larnaca Castle, and gets to the Church of Aghios Lazaros.
Leaving behind Larnaca it gets to the village of Kiti to the ancient church of Angeloktisti. There is a stop for 20 minutes ...
... and overlooks the water dam you see in my two photos.
We woke up from the singing of birds and the bright sun that filled our sitting room. We got out of bed and went outside.
Honestly we did not want to leave and return to Larnaca but we did stay till noon.
Not even bothered to cook anything that day, we just bought "Kleftiko" from a popular tavern in Larnaca and brought it home and had lunch with Mum.
... the standard waves in many places, even between the two minarets of the Selimiye mosque, where it is joined by the Turkish flag. Amazingly, both also crowns the minbar in the interior. The Greek-Cypriots seem to care less and to be more involved in catering for the tourists and saving their bank system. But when they fly a flag it is the Greek sentinel and not the banner of the republic of Cyprus, designed by a Turkish Cypriot, and featuring ...