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... here compared to home. It is crispy on the outside but a little less salty and lacks the gooey inside factor. Our mezze platter at Gourmet Taverna had zucchini balls covered in yoghurt, fresh tomatoes and my new fave cheese balls.
- remember to put loo paper into a bin
- try not to be too busy. This is a test when it is now second nature to fill every spare second of conscious ...
... We ended up staying for 6 hours, eating, drinking, and sitting around the fire chatting with our waiters. This would not be the last time in Cyprus we would meet some of the friendliest people I have ever encountered!
Okay, let's recap. Beautiful sun and temperatures in the mid 60s for the first day-and-a-half. Rain and wind the next day. Why not wake up to snow? Cyprus has 365 days of summer...except when we go there! It ...
... and a high-ranking government official. His political influence and rapport marked a major beginning to the penetration of the Christian faith into the Roman administration. His conversion testimony would certainly not be one people would easily dismiss. Thus, at the end of that meeting Paul and Barnabas had dealt with a wicked servant of darkness and brought eternal life and a positive view of the Christian faith to a curious Roman official who must have had a hunger to know ...
... on the outside. Quite a disappointment, as I was looking forward to climbing to the top. We took a look around from that vantage point and headed off for more ruins We arrived at a large wooden building which housed the remains of mosaic floors from four Roman villas. We wandered through there for a while as it was much cooler than out in the sun. :-) We finally headed back to see if ...
... are world heritage sites are a bit different than others churches because most of them are Byzantine. The locations are pretty unreal. There are mountains all around. I drove all day and didn't see all of the monasteries that I wanted to see. There were still a lot left. While driving, some of the monasteries that I saw were random and some were planned. I would be driving and randomly see a sign for a monastery 10 minutes ...