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A street in hilly Lefkara. Not much traffic despite the fact that the village is supposed to be a touristy spot, famous for its lace and silverwork. So there is no reason why you wouldn't sit down in the street. But why are the chairs I see outside always empty?
9 June ...
... but to my surprise tables were reserved here as well so the only alternative was the Café Tropical of the Four Seasons with its varied selection of excellent and irresistible buffet tastes.
The 'Old’ Limanaki that existed since the 80’s and we locals knew well, has been upgraded and evaluated to a more luxurious and exclusive environment. An enchanting setting where patrons and guests are able to watch the bouncy of the waters ...
... can also function as an ideal base to explore the island's archaeological sites and amazingly beautiful trails. In Tochni, there is a local minimarket and a couple of tavernas.
RECEPTION: Friendly and professional staff.
BREAKFAST: A well-presented breakfast that had everything, even cartons of fresh juice.
RESTAURANT: The focal point is the Tochni Taverna. During the day you see few guests at breakfast only because sportsmen who ...
Cyprus is a country divided in two. In the north is the Turkish side of Cyprus while the Greeks have the south (the part that is a member of the EU). Google maps shows me that the UK owns a little chunk at the bottom as well but that boarder isn't quite so important :). It should be noted that you can travel over this boarder as a tourist but you cannot arrive from a port or airport on one side and leave from the other. This caused mild heart attacks as we tried to ...
Sorry dear reader, not much of a blog tonight and no photos. Our first glitch has occurred and Emirates has slipped up, making us miss our connection to Athens. They have put us up in a hotel in Larnaca, Cyprus for the "night" and re-scheduled our flight into Athens for 5.30 am tomorrow. This means ...