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... in Cyprus due to the direction in which the sun sets (other side of the island) and it was a beautiful display of colours that set over the ocean and peninsula. Tuesday was Dave's last day, so we forced him to relax next to the pool and sunbathe however he had much better ideas of singing his way through the afternoon (with his earphones in), we had a nice farewell dinner at Sue's favourite restaurant a little restaurant run by a Canadian couple who do an amazing job of ...
... br> WATCHTOWER
We both climbed up the observatory wooden watchtower, made ourselves comfortable and waited for the birds to show up.
The sun had already set behind Stavrovouni but at the other end, across and over the sea the sky's palette of colors was breathtaking. The horizon had a pinkish glow, and then suddenly ...
... had a pleasant flowery smell.
The bathroom was small but functional, however it lacked shampoo, body lotion and a plastic cap. Instead there were just two very tiny soap bars, so have this in mind and carry your own.
The bedroom door opened to a spacious back balcony well equipped with a plastic rotunda table and chairs, as well as 2 sun loungers.
I had complimentary 2 small bottles of water in the fridge and ...
... beach, enjoy strolls in the city and walk pathways I come across up in the mountains.
WORDS OF APOLOGY
Several friends ask me why I don't write my blogs while I am out travelling and I want to apologize for that. The reply is that I am on the computer the rest of the time, so when I am out I simply don't want to bother with this.
I do get on the computer ...
... hotel stay that I used.
The double glazed windows opened to a nice balcony that part of it overlooked the sea from a distance though, since the hotel is just behind the Finikoudes promenade. They helped in a way to keep sounds away, but the crazy youngsters who leave the pubs at night or early morning drive like crazy and make an awful noise by tooting the horns and screaming. This however is a problem that all hotels face and it becomes worse ...