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On our first outing we cruised in our hired wheels down the coast from Paphos to Limassol and past Lanarka to Fig Tree Bay. She was a blowy day so although we wore considerably less than a usual London day we still needed light cardigans. Easter is a big holiday here so at roundabouts and intersections everywhere were giant Easter eggs and bunnies. Unfortunately they were not made of chocolate (I ...
... we ended up in had one restaurant open in it. There we met the absolute nicest British ex-pat couple who owned it and I had the most delicious moussaka and apple crumble ever. I'm drooling just remembering the meal!!
Sadly, our adventures had to come to an end the next morning. And wouldn't you know it...the skies cleared and the sun came out to bathe us in warmth and wish us Bon Voyage!
Cyprus...I will be back!
... br> It played an important role in the island’s antiquity, but even today the millions of visitors that visit exhibit its vitality and importance.
The ruins of the Roman Temple of Asclepius lie on the south of the Odeon.
The Asklipion operated both as a hospital and temple of ...
This is from the village of Kakopetria where I have come to spend 4 days.
The old village is considered unique in its architecture and is like a huge, open-air museum, the only one of its kind in Cyprus. I am going to dedicate several entries in this specific area.
Let me explain a few ...
... a guitarist was playing and singing some amazing Greek ballads but suddenly it was not possible to hear him. Somebody from the management of the Asimina called the people of the Pioneer but the loud music and noise from the hotel's entertaining staff was never turned down. Luckily the programme did not go on after midnight!
Through the stroll I had during lunch time I noticed that the restaurants were full and saw only happy faces around. ...