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... some pretty steep roads; in order to make the climb, he had to turn off the AC. Our first major stop was at the Kykkos Monastery, at an altitude of 1328m. The Monastery was founded around the end of 11th C. The current buildings date back to the late 18th century. The church in the Monastery houses an icon of Mary and baby Jesus which is very revered in the Greek Orthodox faith. The ...
... in the rejuvenating Oxygen Pool which is surrounded by luscious gardens, a waterfall and featuring underwater music. The pool itself might not be that big but it is eye catching and in a way, a cleansing sanctuary of calm and relaxation. The oxygen pool reinvigorates the body through a process of cell rejuvenation made possible by sophisticated ionized oxygen pumps.
FAROS BEACH: Personally I am fond of the beach instead so I was out twice ...
Leaving behind the Church of Angeloktisti and Kiti, we move on towards the village of Alaminos.
The countryside is so beautiful that a couple of stops on the way is a must for a few photos, until we come to the 'Secret Paradise' indicated by a road sign.
The beach is virtually hidden from ...
... They ruin the outlook of the village…and my photos!
(In an attempt to find a link regarding the Church of the village I came across photos from my previous trip through TripWow! I was not able to take photos anyhow on this trip because there was a ceremony on when I went there. So you can do with these. It was a different season too.
So, are you ready to come along?
... turned Selimiye mosque. But it looks like its number of abandoned houses is larger than in Lefkosía, as the Greek-Cypriots call their half.
There is no statuette, no plaque or sign that tells something about this site, and the few passers by are of little help.
"Sorry, no English".
“I don't know”. Surprise in his face.
“It is for ritual”. “Yes, but what kind of ritual?” “I ...