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... and we were off again, downhill for a while before heading off down narrow roads to the village of Ozankoy. Thro the village and along the road to Catalkoy the clouds now beginning to build up again....hmmmm. Managed to find a track which we had used before which took us down into a ravine - what was amazing was that the hailstones were a good 3 inches deep despite that it was not at all cold. At the bottom of the ravine was the sound of a ...
A street in hilly Lefkara. Not much traffic despite the fact that the village is supposed to be a touristy spot, famous for its lace and silverwork. So there is no reason why you wouldn't sit down in the street. But why are the chairs I see outside always empty?
9 June ...
Mom and I visited Larnaca, the island's fourth-largest city, during our first day in Cyprus.
Got up at 8:45 a.m. at the E-Hotel. Online, then breakfast buffet in the hotel. Returned to our room to unpack and organize my stuff. We then departed at 11:26 and drove along Larnaca Salt Lake – empty of water this time of year – to downtown Larnaca. We cruised the southern seafront promenade, which is under major construction, then found ...
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... because there are several mosquitoes in that area. We judge that it won't be safe to walk out and approach the flamingoes so we get in the car and drive back to Tekke.
As for dinner….who cares!
I offer to treat them with some amazing 'Koupes’ that we bought from a very popular takeaway restaurant on the way back.
Sometimes these cheaper alternatives are ...