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Weds 1st July - Up nice and early this morning and after a cup of tea, light breakfast for Sarah we set off at 7am for Larnaca Airport and Sarahs flight back to the UK for the hen party! Flights are with Aegean Air via Athens to Heathrow.....all this on the day Greece has not paid back its debt! Hope the airport in Athens stays open.....:). Crossed the border at the Metehan crossing in Lefkosia and then motorway to Larnaca arriving shortly after 9:30am. Sarah dropped ...
... Wandered thro the village and onto a track which took us down a valley to a waterfall. Well more like a water dribble.......summer is here so not much water flowing. Had a rest here admiring the views and then struck uphill again for a hard climb, all the time the views getting better and better. Eventually we reached the flat and stopped for a drink and had a lovely pear purchased from our veg man yesterday. Refreshed we wandered along the track which took us ...
... Sunday, the town was pretty quiet; many shops and sights were closed.
We departed at 1:43 and drove 17 minutes back to the E-Hotel, where we chowed down on the lunch buffet. Our booking included all three meals per day. Went outside after lunch to relax by the pool in the glorious 75º sunshine.
Up to the room for a bit, then left E-Hotel at 3:35 and drive back into town. We passed several strange signs warning us of "Pelican ...
... carving, chiseling,
painting the wonders of the world.
a boy who’s lived out of a backpack because he lives happily with less. A boy
who’s travelled has seen poverty and has dined with those who live with
less and yet welcome strangers with greater hospitality than the rich. And
because he’s seen this, he’s seen how a life without luxury can mean a life
fuelled by relationships and family rather than a life that fuels fancy ...
... phone call changes my mood in seconds.
My sister tells me that in less than 5 minutes she is picking me up to drive me see the sunset. Wow! This is the last thing I expected to hear. I am so happy, I pick the camera and I get down finding them waiting for me in the car.
At first we drive all the way to Perivolia, on the other side of the Salt Lake but we are not ...