Riviera Beach Bungalows
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Agios Georgios
... all the next day. Because of this, I didn’t raise the main again, but started one engine and pottered along under the genoa and one engine. We pretty well continued that way through the second night, but by then, I was getting tired from being on watch all time etc. With G still sea sick, it was a pretty miserable 2nd night; by the early hours of the morning G started to be a bit better, and so we were both up ...
... for a while before heading up to the pool. No lunch as we still felt full after last nights mega feast and late breakfast top up. Despite the long hot summer, Buffavento Village still looks pretty and we will miss the place....but March 2006 is not far off! Pool done it was home, shower and change before a skype session with Ben and Claire, closely followed by Kayleigh and George. Supper was plain old fish fingers and beans with bread and butter! Then off to bed.
Sat 1st Aug - Up, cup of tea and garden sorted then showered and back to the book for both of us. Sarah busy with the crochet work and also made some coffee biscuits for our neighbours...........time flew by and it was lunchtime. Some nice bread, hard boiled eggs, cheese and tomatoes accompanied by fresh orange juice. No sooner had we finished lunch and there was our turkish neighbour bringing round some freshly made dolma....stuffed courgette and cabbage leaves.....lovely rice inside ...
... traffic sat around in the midday heat. Not very pleasant at all. Fortunately for us, the delays and diversions were for traffic entering Girne, as we were heading home it was not so bad. Travelled home via the veg stall for a few items, then to the village shop in Catalkoy....and even in the village we had to take a circuitous route home as they were digging up the narrow roads as well. Home and we decided that it was to hot to go up to the pool so relaxed with cups ...
... as the lady begins the scrubbing and pummeling. No need to be self concious, its what happens all over turkey every day. Suitably clean and chilled plus skin so soft it was time to dress - we had bought a change of clothing as we were going out for a meal. By 7pm we were leaving the turkish bath back to the jeep and heading home. We managed at last to find our way out of town the same way we travelled in. This has always been a problem but we seem now to have found the ...