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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 ...
A very early start for this trip as I have to be on a flight at 7. Brian picked me up at 4.30, just as the sun was coming up and we had a smooth run to Heathrow. As he said when we got to terminal 5, he hadn't had to change down once.
Terminal 5 was not too busy but I had the misfortune to have my bag stopped for a random swab test at security. This wouldn't have been so bad except that the woman in front of me, an American, had left all her toiletries in her ...
... br> The fresh Grilled octopus was bursting of flavor. Succulent, cooked to perfection and then we had the fried baby squid. Nicely presented, great texture with a light crunchy taste.
I usually skip fried potatoes but here I found them irresistible. The fried Red mullet followed and were just as tasty as the rest.
I was already full by now and asked Maria that what we had was enough. She said that the best have not come as yet and I had to ...
... by virtue of having hosted the first such establishment on the island in the 19th century under Ottoman rule." By opening this casino it could create 1,400 jobs for the residents of the surrounding communities. The local community are behind opening this casino sending letters to the president, parliament, and the commerce ministry to encourage them. In 2014 the Cyprus Tourism Organisation and the Forestry Department held the 1st Cyprus Walking festival between 1st ...
... doesn’t". As such every Cypriot male must serve a 24 month national service, or conscription, in the national army. The impetus being that this is a small population, who must all be prepared for a further Turkish invasion. Ably backed up (for now) by 2 British airbases (who these days use Cyprus as a staging ground for Middle Eastern campaigns) each household is rumoured to store the disassembled parts ...