Paradise Kings Club

Coral Bay, Paphos, Cyprus | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by stumblebum


... base at Episkopi and the roads dried up suddenly returning us to brilliant sunshine. I had seen a postcard picture of the rocks at Petra Tou Romiou and it looked well worth a visit. It was spectacular and we stayed watching the waves breaking for some time.

The trip back into Paphos ended in rain again. We walked down to the harbour for a few drinks before dinner. The meal on offer was disappointing so we went out to TGI Fridays and had a great time ...

The Capital

A travel blog entry by stumblebum


... that the events of 1974 are still vivid to Greek Cypriots. We left the melancholic atmosphere of these streets behind and entered the central pedestrianised area. The mood here was much brighter. We stopped for a beer and were ripped off for €10. Adjacent narrow streets with souvenir stalls were friendly and welcoming. We emerged back in to the main drag near the Shocolas Tower which had been used as a look out post on the 11th floor. We ...

Akamas Peninsular

A travel blog entry by stumblebum


... weaving through areas of villas and stumbled across some sea caves. This was a hidden gem.

The next stop was after Agios Georgious into the Akamas Peninsular nature area. We followed the dusty track towards the Lara Beach turtle nesting area but turned back with it in sight. Our Ford Fiesta was not equal to the task.
It was a wild and beautiful area that reminded us of Cabo de Gata in Spain.

We headed back to Agios ...

Sunday in Paphos

A travel blog entry by stumblebum


... with Greek and Roman remains including some amazing mosaic floors that had been discovered. Some had been protected with new buildings to keep the weather off but much of the finds have been left exposed or even included in the walk ways of the park. It was far better than we expected it to be and the next best ruins we have seen outside of Rome.

Sitting by the harbour in La Bote 67 we enjoyed the sunshine and a couple of pints. It was ...

East to Larnaka and Agia Napa

A travel blog entry by stumblebum


The day started with a long motorway drive east. The road seemed to be very new but with a speed limit of 100 km/h it was a very long journey. Running parallel to the sea, it provided views of the hills and coast but we saw remarkably few farm animals leading us to wonder where they kept everything. In Larnaca we found the Pierides-Marfin Laiki Bank Museum easily enough and were able to park nearby. It was a compact collection in a ...

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