Bay View Hotel Apartments
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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 ...
... across the entire roadway. My friend, Jodi, and I got out with the intent of inspecting the depth of the puddle. Taking a few steps, we realized that the ground was much too soft. The car would surely get stuck if we tried to get through. Only problem...there wasn't a way for Katie (my friend who was driving) to turn the car around. She had to back the car up a muddy hill, gunning it to get the necessary traction...and nearly ...
... of the crystal clear waters and the beautiful pebbled beach. The last day of my stay I decide I will stay in the premises and spend most of the time by the beach. Of course I return to the room for a short break to avoid the sun and return for some more exercising again in the afternoon. I take long walks, swim a lot and chat with several guests.
Internet connection is free here so I have plenty of time to make all ...
I woke up in Kyrenia (Turkish side of Cyprus) and started driving. I really struggled getting to the Greek side of Cyprus. Someone originally told me to drive along the coast to cross the border, but after an hour of driving, the road ended and I had to turn around. The road signs are in Turkish (not English) The cities have different names in Turkish and English. After about 1.5 hours of zigzagging, I finally made it to the ...
... The woodcut iconostasis is very simple but the chapel itself is very significant for the village.
The Museum is found at the back yard of the chapel and has been created to accommodate and protect the valuable icons and other precious ecclesiastical pieces which are exhibited here.