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A street in hilly Lefkara. Not much traffic despite the fact that the village is supposed to be a touristy spot, famous for its lace and silverwork. So there is no reason why you wouldn't sit down in the street. But why are the chairs I see outside always empty?
9 June ...
... has proven time and time again that such animosity born from differing ideologies takes generations to die out. Who knows if reunification of Cyprus will ever happen in our lifetimes ... but all of Cyprus was shocked ten years ago when the North finally opened up its borders, allowing citizens to freely cross from one side to the other. It may have been a small step, but it was an important one, the first of many required to hopefully one day reunite this divided ...
... pay as much as the cost of the air ticket!!
I am going to show you how with very little I am going to get from Limassol to Nicosia.
I am at the Four Seasons Hotel –on the beach front avenue. If I wanted to get to the City centre I would get to the bus stop which is only a few metres from the entrance of the hotel and with just ...
... is very famous here. There is an Aphodite's bath 30 KM west of here, which I didn't have time to see. There is the Temple of Aphrodite, which I went to and it was a bit of a let down. It was badly deteriorated and not much left of anything. Aphrodite's Rock was also along the way, which provides some hiking and nature trails with a beautiful coastline view. I stopped here for a view, then also made a final stop in Kourion, which the most impressive ...
... we call ‘hiromeri’ or the spicy smoked sausages –called ‘loukanika’ in Greek, and the smoked fillet of pork called ‘lountza’.
My friend tells me that we can stop at a winery on our way to Potamitissa if I want to, so we make a stop at the Tsiakkas Winery and while he tries to find the owner, I sneak through a door and find myself in the cellar for some photos, but again we are unlucky since the owner ...