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Travel Blogs from Larnaca
Time spent with the kids.
Larnaca by Night
I see familiar smiling faces and the kids run to hug and kiss me. The first thing they ask from me is to read them stories from their books.
This is what I expected anyway and I am not surprised at all. After lunch when Mum and the couple go to get some rest I get in the bedroom …
Heading for the hotel
I pick a taxi that drives me directly to the EasyHotel in Larnaca.
The day is beautiful and I want to take a picture or two of the salt lake with the
flamingo …even though they rarely approach the banks of the lake.
They can be seen in a distance, and I am so excited.
The Larnaca District Museum
The Larnaca District Museum is only 50 metres from the hotel and it is a museum that
I never had the chance to visit since I left Cyprus in 1974. I guess today is my chance to visit it
before heading for my house to see Mum and relatives.
The entrance fee is 1.70 euros, but …
... exploring the island during the day and experiencing the night life in the evening.
(As a side note: I think we have finally figured out the timing on the island: 9pm-11pm is dinner 12am-3am club) We kept showing up way to early....embarrassing.
“For my part, I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move.”
– Robert Louis Stevenson
... the other side. My experience was that most people regret the secession and accuse both governments of using hostile rhetoric for their own political benefit, instead of caring about their people’s feelings.
The Turkish side displays more signs of overt nationalism. Driving towards Lefkosía in the early evening of my arrival I had seen the lights of the gigantic Turkish-Cypriot flag on the hill behind the city being lit. ...