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... Not so many Agia’s though – it’s a mans world.
Past Limassol and onto the ancient city of Kourion with its stadium (2nd century), a Greco-Roman theatre ( just missed a Russian Ballet company doing a performance in it which would have been good), and some nice ruins.
Then it was the search for Aphrodite – where she was born, her temple and finally where she used to bathe in Akamas ...
... are writing down the emergency phone number of the sign and are ready to set off.
I approach, introduce myself, hand out a couple of my business cards and ask if I can join them. The reply is positive, so here I am with the group walking the Adonis trail. Hurray!
A picture is worth a Thousand Words!
... beer from the only restaurant out there.
The group splits here, some are out searching for the doggie supposing that it is the owner's pet that seems to have disappeared, others leave for the hotel but a couple of us remain at the restaurant a while more.
To the Beach for Swimming:
With almost 2 hours before dinner to spare, I rush to the room, change and ...
... beach with its sister Pioneer hotel. Situated in Kato Paphos just 2 km from the centre and a bus stop a few metres away. The Paphos & Larnaca airports are a 20 and a 90 minute drive (15 & 140 km) respectively.
SUITE: (Interior of all suites is alike with the difference of space & some extra amenities) I had the #115, Executive Sea view & Gardens Suite on the ground floor with a private pool ...
... goes to the entire team of the SPA for the well programming, efficiency and punctuality. Everything is under the supervision of the very charismatic manageress Alinea, then an extra thanks goes to all the meditation & yoga instructors, but the extra credit goes to my professional and very experienced therapist Prip Nicolae.
TREATMENTS: I had the Healing Back & Neck massage where muscle tension was relieved right away, and the Japanese ...