Sunrise Beach Hotel
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... angostura bitters has run out and we remembered that there was a cypriot version available in the south at a fraction of the cost and does the same job. The trip back across the north was done via the Beyamudu (Pergamos) crossing....to be honest there is hardly any difference in travel time and this made for a different bit of scenery on the way back. Arrived back in Girne at 11:30am. Filled up with petrol ready for collection trip next Monday, purchased some engine ...
... ago. A renovator’s paradise!!!!! ( But no renovators in sight.) And cafes with food half the price of the flashy ones on the sea front. An interesting place to wander.
For my friend Alastair. I found the Personality Pub. Met the owner, bought a beer and had a chat. I can assure you nothing has changed from when you were here 10 years ago, and nothing will for the next 10. He said to say "hi" and pass on his regards to you ...
Today was originally planned as a drive in the hills but the low clouds made us decide to keep to the low ground so a change of plan and we decided to visit Gazimagusa, the main port of North Cyprus. First things first tho, as we had missed our run yesterday we were up early to complete today. Very warm and humid and clouds just touching the mountain top. Breakfast was done and just after 9am we set off. Headed over the mountain pass ...
Meeting a VirtualTourist Member.
I arranged meeting a friend of mine whom I met through the forums of VirtualTourist. She happens to be from Larnaca but has been raised and lives in London.
I had a business meeting to attend that afternoon and when that was over I joined Angela for a glass of beer. ...
... in ashtray and holders to place a drink, your book or anything.
The blue umbrellas below right on the sandy beach are
under a fee which is collected from all the round beaches of Protaras and Ayia
Napa. This money goes to the Municipality for the services they provide for
clean coasts. Unfortunately several guests cannot afford this extra expense, carry
their own towels from home and prefer to spend the day long out here right on
the sand ...