Les Palmiers Beach Hotel
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... relatively expensive.
Larnaca, and for that matter Cyprus, seems to be just a holiday place for couples from England wanting to get a bit of the sun. They get that, and very red bodies. It seems most just go from their hotel and lie on the beach each day and bake their fair skin. Also a fair smattering of Russians but no Asians (yet).
Quite a few historical sites in Larnaca, for that matter Cyprus, as it seems everyone has ...
... that the weather is now beginning to warm up. Go back 2 weeks and we would not have been sat outside at 7pm. For supper it was time to finish the huge moussaka left over from last night, plus salad and just a few chips. Well we can indulge a bit after our run earlier today.
Tues 28th - Much warmer this morning and definately the hottest day so far. Off into town to collect blood samples for temporary residency which should be available to collect ...
... Palm Beach promenade (Finikoudes) next to Mac Donald's. It is just a few steps from the main bus stop, close to the marina, and just a short walk from restaurants, bars and shops. I cannot think of a better spot to be when in Larnaca! Free parking is also possible on site.
WI FI: I was on a 3 week business trip to Cyprus and as a Professional Travel Guide Writer my work demands fast internet access. This is my first priority ...
THE LATEST GUIDE TO CYPRUS!
On this trip to Cyprus I am visiting LARNACA, LATCHI, PAPHOS, NICOSIA and FAMAGUSTA (PROTARAS) When the Guide is completed I am sure it will include plenty of information regarding the above places.
What I want to highlight on this trip is the weather conditions in Cyprus ...
... not, as I would have liked, about Cyprus.
“Would you like to join us for coffee? We were just about to drink a cup”, the lady says. “And there are slices of apple too. Please help yourself”. Over a cup of 'medium sweet Turkish coffee’ she finally answers my question.
“My family, we are Turkish. But you see my mother?” She points at the old woman sitting at my table. “She ...