Jasmine Hotel Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Lovely drive with Geoff and Amanda to Lefkosia (Nikosia) where we crossed the Turkish border. We did some shopping and had a drink of fresh lemonade at one of the cafes in the Suk.
We then drove to the Mall for some lunch before heading to Lefkara, a small village in the mountains famous for their lace and silver.
We got home after six, got changed and went to dinner in the town of Lemesol at TGIF.
It's so much fun being with Geoff, Amanda and ...
Up early for an 8.30 start. A very good breakfast buffet. In a meeting until 2 when we stopped for some lunch. A buffet again but not so exciting.
In the afternoon, one of the Cypriots, Doros, drove Tony and me into and around Limassol. In many ways Limassol resembles a cross between Benidorm and Blackpool. A long strip of beach front bars and restaurants, few of which are that appealing, but they ...
... the beginning with pita bread sprinkled with virgin olive oil, oregano and salt. What a treat to start with!
The freshly cut Greek salad was a marvel, so delicious and refreshing.
5 tasty different homemade dips followed, each with its own unique taste, but the oven-cooked Aubergine salad (μελιντ 950;ανοσαλ ;άτα) made the difference with is unbeatable aroma and excellent ...
... in is casinos, by investing in casinos this will attract a higher visitor expenditure bringing money into the country however this sector has high competition from other countries. Establishing casinos in Cyprus could be a short term fix for the country it could also have a negative effect on the host communities as Cyprus has a strong religious following. Although Cyprus Profile explained that the village of Kritou Terra, Paphos "wants to be granted a licence to create ...
... and the richness of its seas. With that comes investment and money, which the Cypriot government welcome to boost and improve their failing economy.
Invasion being an accepted part of Cypriot history and discussion by now, of course, be it benign, commercial or militaristic. The Turkish invasion of 1974 still forms a huge part of the national identity. A saying here translates as "God forgives, ...