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It was a long day going from Muscat to Larnaca (Cyprus). I caught the bus back to Dubai at 3pm; then, after arriving in Dubai at 10, the metro to the airport; then waited for my flight which left at 6.30am. A long wait, but just not worth getting accommodation in Dubai. I arrived in Larnaca about 11 after an in-transit stop in Doha for 1.5 hours. (with a time difference of an hour). Then a bus into the city, found accommodation, had an early ...
... the manicured seaside of Lemesos with a great play park for Amber; the strong Kolossi castle that she claimed as her own and the Ancient Ruins of Kourion. The latter was a real surprise with sweeping views and lots of unexpected roman gems for me [mosaics, villas, massive baths, etc.]. The highlight of the south is Petra tou Romiou or 'Aphrodite’s rock’ where the goddess of love and beauty was born. Seafood lunch and another salty dip rounds out our southern ...
... colours to savour. The Cyprus countryside in spring is the masses of yellow flowers. For some reason, the yellow flowers arrive first. By March, the wild flowers are every colour you can imagine. Sure the weather is a bit variable than the height of the summer, but the vibrant landscape makes sitting out the odd shower totally worthwhile.
I wonder how ready you are to follow me on this 3 week tour once ...
... per liter, which works out to $6.77 per gallon. That means Europcar added $2.10 per gallon to the going rate for fuel, fleecing us by 31%.
I’ve rented cars in numerous countries and never before have I been told I must pre-pay for an entire tank of fuel. Every other rental has always included the option of returning the vehicle full instead, which I always select. I was extremely upset at being forced to pay a steeply marked-up rate for fuel. ...
It really is quite and ordeal and it usually takes us a little over 2 hours to enjoy this
feast, and we always have plenty of leftovers for the next couple of days!
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