Hylatio Tourist Village
Travel Blogs from Pissouri
... the big block party held on Sunday Night. Thousands of people gathered on the main street next to my hotel to dance the night away. There were different food trucks,and DJ's throughout the entire street. One could chose whatever music suited them best. It was fun to celebrate with the locals. Greek Easter is said to be bigger than Christmas around here. I truly believed it. Apart from Carnival, GLS took us on a tour of Kolossi Castle, ...
Justyna and the boys arrived on Friday and on Saturday Gordon and Margaret arrived so that's the villa full.
Our other guests Andy & Denice arrived yesterday as well, they have rented a villa a few kilometers away.
Everyone came over for drinks and a polish meal, we sat talking until the early hours even though tomorrow is another busy day but I think everyone had a good time.
Today all three of us headed to Paphos for a bit of sightseeing, the weather is really lovely, if not too hot, we're not complaining as we all left the UK rain. We went to see the guy about sound gear which we got for a really reasonable price.
We visited the Tomb of the Kings, a lot of underground ruins with sarcophagie, not really my thing, but apart from the weather not much else to do seemingly.
Judyata my bridesmaid arrived last night, she and I worked and lived
together in Exeter after I arrived in the UK, she is also directly
responsible for Bruce and I getting together, so needless to say she's
my best friend and Bruce loves her to bits.
We went to city hall
today to get the license and pay the fees, then headed off to Paphos to
check out the hire of sound equipment for the wedding. No luck ...
... on the island. There are guards in the entrance of the marina but in an attempt to pass through for some photos I was prohibited.
This is my last day before leaving the resort and I have become friends with a Russian couple who are traveling here for a 3rd time. The lady is one of those who spend hours under the sun and I gave her some tips about the danger of the Mediterranean ...