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... as the sea front was swamped with depressingly familiar fast food restaurant names, surly shop vendors selling I Love Cyprus hats and garish bars pumping out ear bleedingly bad Euro house. Only the reassuring chirrupping of crickets and an excellent chicken souvlaki sourced down a quiet back street reminded me I was now on the other side of Europe.
Day 2 involved a day trip to the capital Nicosia, on a bus populated almost exclusively ...
... screams, but also the smell of fresh grilled seafood and steak mingled in the air.
GIFTS OF NATURE
It is magic out here on summer evenings feeling the land breeze, looking out at the beautiful galaxy of stars above and enjoying the serenity and tranquility of 'gifts' that nature offers.
Capturing Natural Beauty
Like trying to retell a dream, recounting a beautiful sunset is a futile enterprise.
The colors, the scale–the true nature of a sunset is ineffable. What's more, such beauty is ultimately subjective in the first place.
I love bidding farewell to the sun as it sets, just as much as welcoming ...
... Bliss. After lunch we walked along the harbour, bought some souvenirs, checked out the castle... Took some photos... And piled into the two cars and headed to Aphrodite's rock for a look and another swim. Swimming in the Mediterranean has been so amazing... Especially swimming around Aphrodite's rock. Supposed to be especially good for men's fertility ;) Obviously scared Kriton and George.. As they quickly jumped in and out ;) Our last evening at the villa was spent dining at ...
... of one house are joined to the next one. In fact it is possible, if one could climb onto a roof at one end of the street, to walk to the other end without touching the ground.
The first floor was used as living quarters. This floor had 2 rooms, one huge for sleeping in, while the other was the kitchen. The ground floor was separated into 2 rooms. One was for the animals while the other was where the wine was ...