Kaya Artemis Resort and Casino
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... are half destroyed or completely destroyed but yet to be knocked down. It's a deep reminder that this isn't a distant memory, it's a recent history which has devastated what once was a popular holiday spot for Europeans. A lot of people travel to this side of the country to buy cheap imitation goods such as 'designer' handbags, clothes and accessories. Dave and I walked up the boarder of the old village to look out over the port, this was the main contributor to the take ...
... be paid. I'm feeling much more confident about the whole move and have reminded myself why I'm doing this - for me, for a change and to gain international experience. Plus I have a pretty awesome support network in both the UK and Australia. With Laura and Dave arriving on Wednesday I spent Tuesday making jelly shots ready to destroy my detox haha. It's Theresa's birthday today (Sharon's mum) so Freddie (Sharon's Husband) has invited us all out to a ...
... and mint. Tried one as we could not resist - they were so yummy. Pool afternoon, bit crowded today with about 25 people sat around, busiest day so far this year. Decided to pop into Girne this evening, cocktails on the roof of White Pearl Hotel and also try out there curry selection. Set off at 7:30pm into town and as it was a Saturday there were plenty of others doing the same. Sun was just setting as we were perusing the menu...chicken dansak for Sarah and chicken jalfrezi for ...
Dear Kerem and Emre,
It was five minutes before 5pm when I got to the Salamis Ruins and it was getting dark quickly. I stepped in to see the guard and he was dozing off and I didn't want to bother him, so, I invited myself in.
The ruins are spectacular. First the history of the history:
Salamis settlement dates back to 11. cc ...
... good lunch regardless.
At the border, as long as you have your passport you can get a visa and buy a month's insurance to visit for €25.
Well worth while to have a look around the historic walled core of the ...