Bougainvillea Hotel Apartments
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- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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... as the sea front was swamped with depressingly familiar fast food restaurant names, surly shop vendors selling I Love Cyprus hats and garish bars pumping out ear bleedingly bad Euro house. Only the reassuring chirrupping of crickets and an excellent chicken souvlaki sourced down a quiet back street reminded me I was now on the other side of Europe.
Day 2 involved a day trip to the capital Nicosia, on a bus populated almost exclusively ...
... screams, but also the smell of fresh grilled seafood and steak mingled in the air.
GIFTS OF NATURE
It is magic out here on summer evenings feeling the land breeze, looking out at the beautiful galaxy of stars above and enjoying the serenity and tranquility of 'gifts' that nature offers.
... sunrise in the morning.
On this trip in Cyprus, I am lucky enough to enjoy several, so see how I captured the visual beauty of nature’s original fireworks display out here from the Asimina suites on this specific day.
The pure sands, the breathtaking sunsets, the bright green palm trees of the garden…..honestly, what not to love about this amazing spot? ...
The archaeological sites (Tenta) dates back to 7000BC but not much left. Not sure how they decifer what it was from what is left at these sites.
The village of Lefkara set high up in the hills is very picturesque. Its known for its “lefkaritika” lace. Little old ladies, and some not so old, sitting out on the street working away with a shop full of it - and no customers. The legend is that Leonardo da Vinci ...
... but I reply that the majority of Cypriots do speak English. Bus drivers and those working at central bus stations speak English for sure and I advice that tourists get in their timetables from bus stations. Here in Paphos you can ask for the O.SY.PA blue booklets which are renewed each year. You can find more information Here:
I am at the main office (Karavela) talking with one of the employees and two ladies drop by asking for the rest ...