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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... staying at Vavla which is in the hills between Nicosia and Larnaca. Have arranged to meet up next Tuesday and stay overnight with them, will give us a chance for a good old catch up. Think it could also be a trip to Mahmouts kebab house in Limassol which was a favourite place during our time out here looking after HM the Queens interests.
All in all a very pleasant ...
... for lunch and a read of the papers. John is on chilli making later and Sarah doing a cheesecake for pud, think there could also be a fruit cake on the cards as well.
As the sun was going down we set off for our old folks stroll around the village, wqtching the sun going down in the west, whilst looking east and seeing a thunderstorm out at sea. Quiet evening with radio 5 live on to catch up with the sport and then a ...
31/3/15 - Up early and off to T5 to check in for our flight. Long queue at baggage drop, but probably as it was the week before easter so plenty travelling. Checked in our cases, one case was overweight but other two were under...the kind BA girl just let it go thro so we were spared the unpacking and repacking at the check in counter. Off to Carluccios for breakfast which was very good value for an airport. Security was much quicker and it was then time for a stroll round duty free ...
... to get the feeling of staying out here.
The word 'Enipnion' sounded strange to my ears but after I checked it out I found that it means ‘Dream’. The original houses were built almost a century back and the property is found in the old neighbourhood of Kakopetria.
It is a family business like several other houses that are available for rent out here while the ...
... to go when I heard some karaoke in the bar next to our villa. I decided to go check it out and my friend Danielle came with me. As we were walking out there we saw through the window they were doing a conga line...so we ran to join in. From here everything I saw happened in less that 5 minutes:
We joined the conga line which went out on to the sidewalk, we did some greek dancing in a row, went back inside as the bartender poured a ...