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... the left and all the traffic signs are English style. A lot of signs in English but also quite a few in Russian, which says a lot.
The old town is small and has more character and we walked a little through it and then to the brand new marina, which has been designed to have style but, like so many such new creations, succeeds mainly in being twee. Time for a beer before I had to get off to ...
... all the instructions to take them out. Every tube and bottle had to be tested separately and those that were oversized were confiscated after much argument. It all took about 15 minutes. I was just unlucky and had to wait. My random test took about 30 seconds.
The lounge was busy as usual but, as it was early there were some decent breakfast rolls, juice and fruit. When I got into the lounge there was no gate up for my flight but I had barely sat down before a ...
... cooking technique, and the healthiest. As for stir-frying, which I consider an art form, the Cantonese are the acknowledged experts and they believe every stir-fry must exude a taste and aroma that comes from having wok hay or "wok breath".
The Menu List is long and I was lost for a minute not having an idea what to have. The Seasons Oriental Head Chef Kenny Keung helped me as always a lot and I am grateful. Remember, I am here to taste and comment on of the ...
... the big block party held on Sunday Night. Thousands of people gathered on the main street next to my hotel to dance the night away. There were different food trucks,and DJ's throughout the entire street. One could chose whatever music suited them best. It was fun to celebrate with the locals. Greek Easter is said to be bigger than Christmas around here. I truly believed it. Apart from Carnival, GLS took us on a tour of Kolossi Castle, ...
... 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.