Bellapais Monastery Village
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... ages teaching Sarah how to make herself large and shout
loudly. Didn't see one UFO so wasted a couple of hours sitting in a bar
and looking out towards Santa Catalina Island - well I suppose it
wasn't a complete waste because sitting in a bar never is BUT we all
know its a portal used by aliens to come and go without having to sod
around with Homeland Security. The only other regret is that we
couldn't stay longer. ...
... with a shampoo/shower gel and a plastic cap. The room's wardrobe proved handy as well just as the 'working desk’ and mirror.
LOUNGE/BAR: Nicely decorated, with comfortable seating area, and a pleasing atmosphere.
BREAKFAST: I found breakfast satisfying and it was enough to fill you up till late afternoon.
RESTAURANT: (Cypriot cuisine) The Byzantino with its imposing arches is the original old 1912 historic building and its interior ...
Inside the City Walls of Nicosia
The Traditional Neighbourhood of Nicosia is a popular pedestrian touristy area with narrow winding streets combining residential houses with craft shops and tavernas.
A favourite stroll for tourists for shopping –mostly Cypriot souvenirs and ...
In about 4 hours I will be on my way to the airport to start a 2.5 week adventure across Europe.
I just wanted to write a short blog on the different cities we are going to!
Our first stop tomorrow is Berlin ( and luckily we are making it just in time for the end of Ocktoberfest and we will definitely going to attend!). ...
... the other side. My experience was that most people regret the secession and accuse both governments of using hostile rhetoric for their own political benefit, instead of caring about their people’s feelings.
The Turkish side displays more signs of overt nationalism. Driving towards Lefkosía in the early evening of my arrival I had seen the lights of the gigantic Turkish-Cypriot flag on the hill behind the city being lit. ...