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Hitch-hiking to Troodos
I have the pleasure of having breakfast with Mr. Hercules, the owner of the Forest Park Hotel and his brother Antony this morning. Breakfast here at the Forest Park Hotel is adequate and there is a variety of different goodies to choose from. We talk about different things, about the history of the …
... history geek occupied for most of yesterday.
Today I ventured out into the Akamas peninsula, the most remote region of Cyprus, where I enjoyed a splendid 12k hike with wooded hills on one side and an impossibly blue sea on the other. It's no surprise that Cyprus is so popular with pasty Northern Europeans - we're well into November and yet every day so far has been glorious, with clear skies and temperatures in the low to mid 20s. I've found ...
... screams, but also the smell of fresh grilled seafood and steak mingled in the air.
GIFTS OF NATURE
It is magic out here on summer evenings feeling the land breeze, looking out at the beautiful galaxy of stars above and enjoying the serenity and tranquility of 'gifts' that nature offers.
As I sit here waiting for it to be 1 am for the Super Bowl, my roommates are booking flights to go see the rest of Europe. And I sit and contemplate about where I am at. I spent a lot a lot a lot of money this week already. Everything over here is double of what it is in America in price, and even though I am in the cheaper part of Europe I don't know how the next four months are going to be with money. Even though I saved a lot, I am on my own ...
Here's a brief Greek language lesson for you - there are a number of short nature trails in and around Kalopanayiotis that Maria had pointed out to us last night, and on one of these trails leading to an old windmill, the path was lined with fruit trees - you could find apples, grapes, peaches, and pomegranates hanging from the branches, and most of the fruit was ripe enough to eat. As we marched along the trail, we marveled at both ...
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