Sunset Beach Cyprus
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... relatively expensive.
Larnaca, and for that matter Cyprus, seems to be just a holiday place for couples from England wanting to get a bit of the sun. They get that, and very red bodies. It seems most just go from their hotel and lie on the beach each day and bake their fair skin. Also a fair smattering of Russians but no Asians (yet).
Quite a few historical sites in Larnaca, for that matter Cyprus, as it seems everyone has ...
... br> From the south, we travel to the west coast and Pafos to take in another tourist magnet, amazing ancient frescoes and a brace of shipwrecks off the coast. We head into the mountains to the north, known for rustic fare and good wine. On stopping at a half deserted village, we come across a garden offering a few tables in a tranquil vine draped setting. It’s vacant and the kid running it isn’t 14 but with decent English and a few hand gestures we order the ...
... also enjoy a glass or two of Efes. As darkness came in it was time to light the candles and and also the mosquito stick to ward off any flying bugs. A lovely chilli supper with wraps, rice and salad was followed by lemon ice cream and some fantastic lokma....or in greek loukmades! Terribly fattening so the ladies say but who cares! A really nice supper was helped by a nice bottle of red and finished off with a single malt and brandies.
Meeting a VirtualTourist Member.
I arranged meeting a friend of mine whom I met through the forums of VirtualTourist. She happens to be from Larnaca but has been raised and lives in London.
I had a business meeting to attend that afternoon and when that was over I joined Angela for a glass of beer. ...
... back can at least enjoy some stunning sunsets.
LOCATION: The property is located in a quiet residential area but still close to the centre. Out of curiosity I walked all the way on foot to the bus stop at the “Finikoudes” promenade the next morning to catch the bus for Limassol so I can personally assure that it is just a 5 or 6 minute walk up to there.
STORES AROUND: Besides ...