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... to have been asked to be part of. I felt a sense of pride, as I represented my latino community back home, here in Europe. It was definitely an experience that will impact me for the rest of my life. I wish I could have talked more, I was quite nervous. I learned a lot about a fellow student here in GLS as well. So to carnival. Well last weekend was the annual Limmasol Carnival.Carnival takes place to celebrate the coming of easter ...
... continents is difficult. You need to fly everywhere to get anywhere. I have three friends in Florence and 1 in Madrid and even though I would love to see them more than anything this semester, I do not know if money will allow me to. I think I kind of just want to explore Cyprus. Explore the island I never even heard about until I applied for this program last year. I know that I want to see the rest of Europe but again I need to think real ...
... church at the Anglican Church in Limassol followed by a Meza in the village of Lofou, about a thirty minute drive from the sea. Meza is a Greek term for small plates, family style. Today, we had a traditional Cypriot Meza. And, I am already seeing people I know. The British couple from last night came in shortly after we arrived! See pics below. Tomorrow evening Christin and I are off to ...
... the seafront to the Pafos Archaeological Site, where admission cost 4.50 euros ($6.08) per person. Pafos Archaeological Site is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
"Nea Pafos was the ancient city of Pafos, founded in the late [negative] 4th century," according to Lonely Planet. “At the time of Nea Pafos, Cyprus was part of the kingdom of the Ptolemies, the Greco-Macedonian rulers of Egypt whose capital was Alexandria. The city became an ...
I was curious to taste the new cuisine of Caprise based on signature Seafood dishes. Giovanni recommended the Staffed Calamaro -a savoury tantalizing dish full of colour and taste worth to give it a try.
The Obergine soufflé with Caprino cheese and roasted langoustine was celestial –indeed a gastronomical delight but at the same time, I cannot find words to describe the Tuna Carpaccio with ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking