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... 959;ντέρ 957;α πιάτα, παραδο 63;ιακές γεύσει 62;". (Modern dishes traditional tastes) By 2012 together with George Kyprianou they present their own daily cookery program on capital TV.
He holds a Diploma of Cookery Studies and a Diploma from the Hotel & Catering School Nicosia.
I have recently spent 4 memorable days at one of the Kanika hotels in Ayia Napa. Never before have I seen such a frequent sequence of weddings taking place in a hotel.
Enchanting and romantic venues are set in the beautiful landscaped gardens amidst fragrant blossoms and tropical palm trees, at a stunning fairytale setting, set in a sunken garden where small lakes ...
... promenade from the old Turkish quarter,” according to Lonely Planet. “Its present form is a result of remodeling by the Ottomans around 1605.” The fort houses a small Medieval Museum. Admission to the complex was 1.70 euros ($2.30).
Met Mom outside the fort. We popped into the Grand Mosque, the spiritual home of Larnaca’s tiny Muslim community. Originally built as the Latin Holy Cross Church in the 1500s, the ...
... br> see-you-laters at
the departure gates and yet he fearlessly goes into the unknown because he
knows the feeling of return. And that the I’ve-missed-you-hug is the best type
of hug in the world.
hold onto this boy. Let this boy go or go with him. If you haven’t
travelled, he will open your eyes to a world beyond the news and popular
perception. He will open your mind to possibility. He will calm your
nerves when ...
... is unbettable!
Personally, I tried the Anari Pavarois (it was anari cheese with carob syrup, honey and walnuts). It was simply -Yummy and very nutrient! -6 euros.
My friend had the amazing 'Mahallepi'. It is a Cypriot traditional dessert, cool and tasty! I tried it out of curiosity and it was nice. -5.15
Service is impeccable, and the staff –a bunch of youngsters who ...