Savoy Ottoman Palace
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... made yesterday. Got all the spare bedding out and hung on the line to give it an airing, swept the patio down and checked the garden pots. Think thats enough for now - coffee time.
Rest of the morning on the balcony just reading and listening to the radio and looking forward to lunch of pita bread, fetta cheese, tomato and dips with a small glass of wine. Skyped ...
... closed yesterday evening when we drove by en route from Famagusta to Bogaz. We had an outstanding two-hour visit to Ancient Salamis, the most significant of the 10 ancient city kingdoms of Cyprus.
"According to legend, the city was founded around -1180 by Teucer (Teukros), the son of Telamon, King of Salamina, on the Greek mainland," according to Lonely Planet. “Brother to the Greek hero Ajax, he was unable to return home from ...
Unfortunately the training was still going on - a sniper was taking shots on a nearby cliff and the noise was deafening. The babies and the adults alike were jumping out of their skin with every shot. But he was almost finished for the day and we only had to endure a few more minutes of gunfire.
After seeing the steep, rocky path we were going to take up to the top of the castle, I decided to change out of my flip flops to my ...
... Cyprus in Lefkosa, staying with a family where we received an education on Cypriot history and politics. Besides being wonderful hosts, we totally lucked out, Bahar, the mother is working on her doctorate and is writing her thesis on the representation of Cypriot identity in the media. We had a great time getting to know Bahar, Belgin and Uhmet. Finally, we crossed the border into the south in order to fly to Tel Aviv, ...
... s leader, Rauf Denktas, suddenly allowed the first crossings for 29 years, between the North and the South. In 2008 the Republic of Cyprus (i.e. the South) got a new left-wing President, Demetris Christofias, and there are hopes for reunification, but no-one is confident this will happen. In April 2008 the Ledra St pedestrian crossing was opened, and from then on people could cross whenever they wanted – even going across for dinner on the other side.
We decide ...