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Travel Blogs from Ayia Napa
Just tracking my flight home.
Left Malta early afternoon for Dubai, with a stop in Larnaca. This was just a drop off and pick up stop. Passengers going on to Dubai weren't allowed off the plain. So I spent an hour watching round staff clean the plane and cabin staff complete security ...
... some nice Cypriot dishes. We did not ask for the usual ones served, I mean olives and pickles, or the minor ones, but asked for the best out of the whole list of 'meze'. For me what counts is quality and not quantity.
Panicos brought a platter of different dips at first, and since the time was such and there were no other customers I insisted that he comes and join us. The dips were fantastic and very refreshing.
... and it is found at the back of the church close to the natural grottos found there. It is the only belfry in Cyprus that stands alone, separate from the church.
This charming medieval monastery dedicated to ''Our Lady of the Forests''. Both the village and the monastery take their name from the ancient Greek word for wooded valley "Napa"– a reference to the morphology of the area in the past. ...
Unfortunately the majority of these businesses remain close until the beginning of May. It is still quite chilly to get to the beach, so I am here with a friend on just a day trip.
Protaras is less than 15 minutes ride from here.
Nicosia is 80km (45min) and Larnaca 39km (20min).
... following stop is the Hala Sultan Mosque where there is another 20 min. stop for photos and a short stroll perhaps.
The bus has a further 10 minute stop at the Salt Lake and on the way back to Larnaca it passes from Papagia Phaneromeni, Agios Georgios Makris and the tour finishes with the ...