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The archaeological sites (Tenta) dates back to 7000BC but not much left. Not sure how they decifer what it was from what is left at these sites.
The village of Lefkara set high up in the hills is very picturesque. Its known for its “lefkaritika” lace. Little old ladies, and some not so old, sitting out on the street working away with a shop full of it - and no customers. The legend is that Leonardo da Vinci ...
... are writing down the emergency phone number of the sign and are ready to set off.
I approach, introduce myself, hand out a couple of my business cards and ask if I can join them. The reply is positive, so here I am with the group walking the Adonis trail. Hurray!
A picture is worth a Thousand Words!
... is slippery and the path gets quite narrow.
We go on and on, the doggie follows and I can't stop taking pictures throughout the way until we reach the Baths of Aphrodite.
We cover the Circular Trail in 6 instead of 4 hours only because there was no need to hurry back to the hotel earlier.
We do make a stop at the Baths of Aphrodite for photos and cool off ...
... used to stand. It was originally built to protect the city’s coastline from Arab and pirate invasions in the 7th century, thus later on the Lusignans simply reconstructed it.
At present, most of the castle is in ruins, but some areas are still maintained and can be explored like the dungeons and towers! ...
... with seasonal produce coming from the orchards of the owners. The homemade Marmalades are simply delicious (you can take home with you). I still remember those lingering breakfasts by the terrace, the morning coffee and the tantalizing apple cake each morning. The beautiful view, the feeling of sea breeze in my face, the first rays of sun sparkling in the water, the fine and pleasant smell of jasmine, the lapping of the waves over the coast and the sounds of ...