Hotel Bellapais Gardens
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- Swimming pool
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... The lake is designated as a Special Protection Area mainly for two nesting species, so I am pleased hearing a friend and neighbor, Aphrodite, offering to drive me out there.
Of course I expect to see a wetland, but to my disappointment the spot was totally dry. Being a bit patient though we were awarded in the end.
... hen party....pretty sure come Sunday night they will be tired and looking forward to bed. Skype done it was a stroll to the pool and the normal 20 lengths followed by a read of the paper. Just after 6pm it was then the usual gardening chores, shower and change and chill as the sun set. Sat outside till 9pm with the temp still showing 28C before going indoors to make supper and watch the tennis again....this time it was Watson v Williams, what a great game. Tennis done, bed time.
... candles came out and made it even more beautiful. We all selected the full meze with Sarah and John having the shish and Rob opting for the kleftico. A selection of 15 different cold plates arrived along with plenty of toasted bread, then a selection of 5 hot starters as well....all before the main course came along accompanied by chips, rice, roast potatoes and our choice of meats. All washed down with a chilled carafe of white wine. At ...
... on home. Went for the usual 6am walk around the block and back home for a shower and gin and tonics all round. Stayed talking till 10pm when we all agreed it was time to retire.
Mon 15th Jun - Everyone was awake fairly early but in no rush, so after a few cups of tea, breakfast and plant watering we gathered together our bits and pieces and set off westwards into the hills. First stop was money exchange....great rate of 4.20TL to £. Then we drove ...
... west down the coast. Watched two ferries as they slowly made there way into port with the sea looking very calm. Track headed into the mountains and soon we were walking along the edge of another wooded valley which had been an old British military firing range. Clouds were filtering the sun making the walking very pleasant and we had a clear view of the early morning rush of flights out of Ercan as they passed overhead. Coming out of the valley we climbed upwards agin and ...