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... br> The rest of the weekend involved deciding what food to get at the breakfast buffet and relaxing by the pool or beach on the sun. The first sunny day we were a bit excited and got sunburnt. The second we sheltered under umbrellas drinking pimms and the local beer Keo.
The evenings brought a hunt for food - two of note were Penguino and Gourmet Tavern. The haloumi doesn't taste ...
... we ended up in had one restaurant open in it. There we met the absolute nicest British ex-pat couple who owned it and I had the most delicious moussaka and apple crumble ever. I'm drooling just remembering the meal!!
Sadly, our adventures had to come to an end the next morning. And wouldn't you know it...the skies cleared and the sun came out to bathe us in warmth and wish us Bon Voyage!
Cyprus...I will be back!
... for coffee (they still seem to bake bread as well as grind flour when the water levels are right) and on the way back via another more western route with an interesting village or two, and you can finish by ...
... is Turkish held, which slows down the
drive somewhat when it comes to crossing the border. However, as long as you
have your passport you can buy E25 worth of insurance for a month and get an
instant visa at the border.
Paphos (Pafos) is probably the biggest and best resort city on the island, and
the place deserving of the most time, due ...
... would have been much easier to go to Lefkosia (Nicosia) than they border I went, but I wanted a bit more of an adventure and also the other border crossing was closer to my next destination than to Lefkosia. I finally made it to the border. The crossing was easy and only took a few minutes. They didn't stamp my passport again and only stamped my piece of paper. After entering Cyprus, I basically zig zagged through Cyrpus and it ...