Akamanthea Holiday Village
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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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 ...
... mountain scenery.
We have included lots of photos from the Kykkos monastery- the mosaics and wall paintings are spectacular.
Next time, we will have a look at two south coast towns- Limassol and ...
... br> archeological site, the well restored Ottoman Hammam baths just below the old
town market (what a great market!) and the surprisingly interesting and
extensive tombs of the kings. Forget King Solomans catacomb, however… its not
all that interesting.
Finally, a few more photos of the Paphos waterfront.
... was unexpected. It almost looked like Washington State. There were a lot of picnic areas. The trees were fir and very nice views around every bend. The roads were horrible. It was a bit scary. Going from North to South on Cyprus can be quite easy, but if you go East to West, the country is very long. It only took me two hours to go from one end of the island to the other yesterday from the south to north, but today it took all ...