Vrissiana Boutique Beach Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Protaras
OK so the tickets are booked to Bangkok, vaccinations done, couple of hotels booked, lots of on line research completed. Soon time to think about packing - the worse bit!
My grandfather died in WW2 in Burma, near Mandalay. I am determined that we will go to Burma (yes, I know it's Myanmar but hey, it's my blog) and , well, I don't know what really - just be there.
I am now ...
Walked for an hour from the hostel to the bus stop, fair hike. Met an American student studying in israel on the bus with the same flight in the morn. Had great info on traveling and volunteering in west Africa. Me and him both crashed at the airport until 5am check ...
... due to lack of buyers and the economic climate generally. A sign proudly promotes 'beach side, sea view, 4 bed. houses with ground floor office area'. Sounds great! They'll be €1million plus. I wonder if they'd accept €230,000? I'm pleased we never bought in Ayia Thekla. Not least, because I can't find an entrance to the estate! There are improvements being made to the beach road and area generally, but this is long overdue. We were assured of progress ...
... admire how a (bomb/gunfire?) damaged cathedral can be modified into a mosque at minimum cost.
Next time, up into the Turkish north eastern end of the island, making use of the month’s insurance and visa we already have.
... throw in the towel. I went and lay down on my carpet, my bed for the night, and did some breathing exercises just to try to remember how that whole respiratory system worked now that fifteen pounds of meat were choking it. Considering that I woke up the next morning, I think I did ok.
All in all, it ended up being a pretty great start in what turned out to be an amazing country!
Until the next greatly delayed story, lots of love!