Riviera Beach Bungalows
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- Swimming pool
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... turning on switch. Finally i was told it was the one next to the WC and the only button/switch i hadnt pressed, assuming that to be the on/off bog water switch. Anyway hey ho the jacuzzi sprung into life as did the 6 bottles of free shower gel i had emptied into the tub and was now spreading out of the bathroom and into the bedroom! But no longer will I ever be beaten by the jacuzzi mystery. There were a few other issues which werent really ...
The Driver got out and headed to the back of the Van. There he bent down and took out of his jacket, a Turkish license plate. He next removed the Greek license plate, made the switch and jumped back in the van. He then demanded our "Passaportias"! We blindly handed him our passports and crossed our fingers. As we entered the U.N. crossing zone, there were many men holding semi ...
... Turkish side, but otherwise it was bad tourist restaurants and counterfeit goods. There are talks in process about some sort of reunification.
Nicosia otherwise doesn't have a lot of touristic things to see or do. The old walled city, however, contains lots of outdoor cafes and bars, and they were pretty busy for two reasons - students and the local soccer team was playing ...
... the same god, but how interpretation of culture and history can create these rifts.
Either way these rifts cause passion, and passion is reflected in the way things are celebrated. After the stern and restrained religious ceremony, it's time to party. In another cultural similarity, this time with the English' burning of Guy Fawkes to commemorate the failing of one of the boldest acts of terrorism in history, bonfires are ...
... as well.
A stroll out here makes the guest feel as if he enters a time-machine that takes him back to Nicosia, a century and a half back. This is how I felt anyway.
You see, 150 years back the people of Cyprus were still under the yoke of Ottoman rule and the majority of them were extremely poor. A completely different picture of what we have nowadays, with
very few shops –mostly artisans’ workshops such ...