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TripAdvisor Reviews Club Guzelyali Kyrenia
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... Mehmet, the guards, was very knowledgeable and gave a small tour and we chatted a bit. Very nice gentleman. The road up and down is very treacherous and a moment of distraction could easily mean trouble from steep mountain sides. Okay, so be careful!!
Oh, one more thing: I saw an almond tree fresh with flowers fully bloomed. The island is in the midst of flowers blooming. Exquisite site.
... t sure whether or not to be happy or scared. The Driver finally dropped us off at a small building with no signs in front. We were led in and a man that spoke broken English greeted us. The transaction went smoothly and the young Turkish man convinced us to rent a car from him for 15 bucks a day. The car was an old 1980 junker Nissan which pulled horribly to the left. That wasn't so bad because ...
Had my usual walk along the beach and headed into breakfast, did some people watching, i was the only lone traveller there, most seemed to be on long breaks and a lot older, but they were never the less entertaining to listen too.
Decided over breakfast that North Cyprus would not get the better of me, so armed with a list of places that i needed to drive through i headed back to Pyla and over the crossing, i had made sure i had petrol this time and headed ...
... couple of restaurants, we decided to eat Italian. The view was amazing. The moon was full, the sea was glistening, people were walking by laughing, and the boats….all the pretty boats, were in the harbor.
After dinner, we walked around the old city some more and went back to the room to play a game of Phase 10, and sleep.
We woke up the next morning, packed our bags, and headed ...
... and very tasty.
We are made welcome to Mr. Pilavakis home. Upon entering the gate I am astound with the many clay vessels in his garden -huge clay pots, which I believe are for selling. The whole house is a museum itself. He is showing us the many trophies he has received, the articles of honour dedicated to him, and on the walls there are frames with photos showing Mr. Pilavakis posing with presidents and Heads of State.