Achilleos City Hotel
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Weds 1st July - Up nice and early this morning and after a cup of tea, light breakfast for Sarah we set off at 7am for Larnaca Airport and Sarahs flight back to the UK for the hen party! Flights are with Aegean Air via Athens to Heathrow.....all this on the day Greece has not paid back its debt! Hope the airport in Athens stays open.....:). Crossed the border at the Metehan crossing in Lefkosia and then motorway to Larnaca arriving shortly after 9:30am. Sarah dropped ...
... take a break from the sights to hang around a mall decorated with Christmas-y things and hear Taylor Swift sing "Jingle Bells" while we window shopped. From Paphos we came here to Nicosia. This is the city that lies on the boarder between the Greek side of Cyprus and the Turkish side. On our first full day we decided to head to the Turkish side to check it out. It is a very serious looking boarder! Guard towers and razor ...
... We had no idea what this meant. There were pedestrian crossings. Did they have special crossings as well for pelican birds here in Larnaca? Turns out “Pelican Crossing” is a British term for a pedestrian-controlled light crossing, where a pedestrian can press a button to activate a red light for vehicle traffic to halt. We had to Google that one – neither of us have ever heard of a “Pelican Crossing.”
... and ego.
boy relishes home; the comfort of a duvet, the safety stirred in a mom-cooked
meal, the easy conversation of childhood friends and the immaculate glory of
the flush-toilet. Although fiercely independent, he has had time to reflect on
himself and his relationships. He has had a chance to miss and be missed.
Because of this, he also knows a thing or two about goodbyes. He knows the
overwhelming uncertainty of leaving the comforts of home, ...
From Limassol to Nicosia by Bus!!!
My next destination is the capital of Cyprus –Nicosia.
We call it "Lefkosia" in Greek with stress on the –ee (like Lefkosiiia)
Those of you who follow my Guides already know that I am using a lot public conveyance, and since there are no trains I use buses.