Travel Blogs from Kyrenia
... to go when I heard some karaoke in the bar next to our villa. I decided to go check it out and my friend Danielle came with me. As we were walking out there we saw through the window they were doing a conga line...so we ran to join in. From here everything I saw happened in less that 5 minutes:
We joined the conga line which went out on to the sidewalk, we did some greek dancing in a row, went back inside as the bartender poured a ...
... turned Selimiye mosque. But it looks like its number of abandoned houses is larger than in Lefkosía, as the Greek-Cypriots call their half.
There is no statuette, no plaque or sign that tells something about this site, and the few passers by are of little help.
"Sorry, no English".
“I don't know”. Surprise in his face.
“It is for ritual”. “Yes, but what kind of ritual?” “I ...
... which house, there are no entrance doors near the chairs. Yesterday I experienced something similar in Lefkosia on the other side of the demarkation line. Three youngsters were having drinks at a table on the pavement, but all around them the buildings were shut tight. Where did those drinks come from? And why were they there in this empty space? Happy hour in ...
... as we had been told not to expect too much and we were also in a bit of a hurry to get up to Kyrenia on the north coast.
Kyrenia (Keryneia) (Girne) has, yes, three names. And it’s beautiful. And it has character- something a ...
... the place seems completely deserted. It looks as if a bomb has fallen earlier and there is no life, nothing at all.
These villages of the eastern slopes of Troodos are in the famous region of Pitsilia. They are among vineyards, orchards of almond and hazelnut trees and if one comes here during spring the place is full of wild flowers of all sorts and colours. Besides wine and fruit, the area produces the famous smoked ham which ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking