Bellapais Monastery Village
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... century BC, one of the oldest vessels ever to be recovered, together with its cargo. The vessel was sailing to Cyprus when a storm wrecked it outside Kyrenia harbour.
We hired a car for 3 days and did some touring of the island – different because they drive on the left; I guess a legacy from their last (British) colonial rulers. Once you get over the escarpment at the back of the north coast (seen in pix) ...
... to Supreme and they had a great choice. Eventually chose the meatballs in a nice rich sauce. Shopping done it was back home for an iced coffee and read of the paper whilst sat on the patio. As the temperature crept up to 40C it was time to retire indoors for a while and catch up on the news and tennis. Late afternoon and the skype caller was pinging as Sarah was on line.....she was sat in a very sunny garden back in the UK, had a quick skype as the girls were getting organised ...
... sea front. Walking along as the sun was beginning to set and watching a few people fishing.....did not see any catches tho! Sat at our usual venue....To Limani and enjoyed some cold drinks We then made our way to Bellapais village and selected the very apt Tree of Idleness restaurant for a meal. Sat on the top level, overlooking the lit up abbey....all very relaxing. Village quiet, no traffic and the only excitement was when the lights fused in ...
... usual Sunday sojourn into Girne and the old harbour for a beer, chill and people watching. Nothing better. It was then a short drive towards home and the Happy Valley restaurant for lunch. We all decided on oniin bahjee to start followed by chicken curry and chicken jalfrezzi for mains....a good lazy lunch done we got home for a cup of tea and chatting on the balcony. Herd of goats wandered up the road and almost headed to the gardens but thought better and ...
... in the skip and decided the book should go as well....why?.......best not ask. Guide book rescued we set off. By 7:15am we were parked up and heading on up a mountain track. It was slow going mainly because we had to keep stopping to admire the views. Track continued a steady climb for about 2km before levelling out for a short while as we headed into a small wooded valley. The climbing then began again and the higher we went the better the views both down to Girne and ...