Cyprus Villages Traditional Homes
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Cyprus Villages Traditional Homes Tokhni
Travel Blogs from Tokhni
... to select a dvd to watch.....tonight it was To End all Wars.....about prisoners in a japanese camp in WW2. Heavy stuff at times and not what the girls would want to watch. Then via the wonders of technology watched some Wimbledon tennis. Before bed I indulged in a coffee with a drop of brandy whilst sat on the front balcony where the moon was on top of the mountain shining brightly....rushed indoors and captured it on the camera. Then in the words of Zebedee....time for ...
... the premises.
SIGHT-SEEING: While here, visit the Camel Park which is close by, hidden in the lovely countryside of Mazotos. It is the unique spot to get closer to nature and share direct contact with the animals. The Salt Lake and the Hala Sultan Tekke located 5km west of Larnaca, Zygi and Mari just a few km for fresh seafood, and many more highlights scattered in the round area worth visiting.
IN ALL: It did not disappoint ...
... supermarket. That was the most difficult situation of my life. Everything is written in Greek. It's hard to tell what certain things are. The meat section was very limited. A lot of pork products. I saw very few beef. There were no hamburger patties like the markets at home. Turkey products, forget it, it was only delli sliced but nothing like jenni-o section. I guess i will be surviving off pasta for my time here. here's the first set of pictures. ...
... Turkish, she can hardly speak the language. She has spoken Greek all her life. Because of the partition she was more or less forced to learn to speak Turkish, but she was too old for that. We have always lived together, Turkish and Greek Cypriots. I don’t understand why we are told to hate each other. It is almost forty years now, that we are separated. I am getting old. I hope that before I die, we’ll be one country ...
... to have an easy day. tomorrow...at least in the am....and save packing until the morning.
Unfortunately, those lovely Turkish dumplings set me back because I still have more stuff to eat...a cheese, lots of crackers, 2 little oranges I picked up off the street. They might not be any good though. Cookies, hmmm, I think there is more...plus I never finished all my granola bars...oh,oh, where is my parmesan cheese from home?