Achilleos City Hotel
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... the sunset. Supper cooked slowly and was well worth waiting for, a lovely roast chicken, roast spuds, carrots and red cabbage.....washed down with a glass of wine and followed by vanilla and chocolate ice cream. Supper enjoyed it was then time to retire to the front balcony and put on few tunes.....The Corrs featured a lot and chill under the stars. Tomorrow, Orhan our handyman is turning up to install our garden fence and outside tap so will hopefully be goat proof tomorrow evening.
It was a long day going from Muscat to Larnaca (Cyprus). I caught the bus back to Dubai at 3pm; then, after arriving in Dubai at 10, the metro to the airport; then waited for my flight which left at 6.30am. A long wait, but just not worth getting accommodation in Dubai. I arrived in Larnaca about 11 after an in-transit stop in Doha for 1.5 hours. (with a time difference of an hour). Then a bus into the city, found accommodation, had an early ...
... many containing dilapidated and abandoned buildings, to the main pedestrian mall of Nicosia, Ledra Street. Here we walked through the Cyprus/Northern Cyprus border at 3:17 without being asked to show our passports. Hard to imagine the border was sealed from 1974 to 2003 with no civilian crossings allowed.
Now in North Nicosia, capital of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, we walked to Buyuk Han, an Ottoman structure full of craft ...
... to the town center, parking at 12:09 p.m.
Our first stop was Handworks Handmade, a Lonely Planet-recommended shop that Mom wanted to peruse. She bought three pairs of earrings. From there, we stopped by the main church, Agios Lazaros, but it was closed until later this afternoon so we could not go inside. Mom did some more shopping while I walked along the northern seafront promenade, location of Larnaca’s (not attractive) beaches. ...
… grill you about your dreams and competitively ask about the craziest thing
you’ve ever done. Tell him. And know that he’ll probably win. And if by chance
you win, know that his next lot in life will be to out do you. But then he’ll
say, “Maybe we can do it together.”
the boy who talks of distant places and whose hands have explored the stone
relics of ancient civilizations and whose mind has imagined those ...