The Residence at Bellapaix
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... the Ptolemies, destroyed the walls of Kition and the temple in 312 B.C. ending the reign of the Phoenician kings on the island. During the Ptolemaic reign Kition still thrive and was a major cultural and philosophical center of the Mediterranean. The Stoic philosopher Zeno is noted as being from Kition.
When the Romans conquered the island in 58 B.C., Kition began to gradually decline and lose ...
... 000 (10x the theater occupancy), it is quite plausible that several synagogues existed throughout the city. Not much else is mentioned about their visit to this important port city on the island. The biblical record does not reveal whether the gospel was accepted, if any believed, or whether Barnabas and Paul faced opposition. In this first stop on their itinerant journey, Scripture simply conveys that Barnabas and Paul spoke the word of God. Maybe that was the ...
... would leave the key under the mat. (fingers crossed...again) We had paid for the room via PayPal which we had used in securing previous stays. After finding a parking spot, lugging the luggage over huge cobblestones, down narrow alleys and then up three flights of stairs (no elevator), we found our condo. Luckily the key was there, and after hesitantly opening up the door, we were pleasantly ...
I wanted to dedicate an entire blog post to this Cypriot traditional meal called
the Meze. Some restaurants here offer the Meze as an option and some are
entirely dedicated for the sole purpose of the Meze.
A Meze is a meal for two or more that contains multiple courses of small plates. A
meal made up of tapas. So far in the short few weeks I have ...
... Cyprus to symbolise the burning of Judas after his betrayal of Christ. Typical of the nature of a culture that leaves forgiveness to God, Judas own forgiveness at the hands of Christ is ignored in this case and his effigy burned. Convoluted this may be, but like Bonfire night it's really just an excuse to light big fires, set off fireworks, eat and get drunk.
And judging by the heavy boom roaring around the streets it ...