Traditional Village Houses
Travel Blogs from Skarinou
... exploring the island during the day and experiencing the night life in the evening.
(As a side note: I think we have finally figured out the timing on the island: 9pm-11pm is dinner 12am-3am club) We kept showing up way to early....embarrassing.
“For my part, I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move.”
– Robert Louis Stevenson
... 8217;t know”.
After more minutes of empty street I continue my stroll. Some shops in the adjacent street are open, but I can’t see anyone inside. I walk past a bookshop. Some paces further I halt. Someone in there must definitely know something about the niche. There are three people in the shop. The owner, a lady in her early fifties, smiles when I say: “Does someone here speak English? I would like to know what ...
Old tubes block a stretch of the tarmac, creating a spot where you're not supposed to park your car. So children can play there. But when is playtime? Public space is confiscated for private enterprise, like building a boat. Isn't that an odd place to build a boat: in the center of a walled city within a city that is miles and miles away from the sea?
... has a characteristic middle garden -an amazing spot to dine during the hot summer days. It is impressive with a character of its own.
It is amazing how things like the floors, the doors and handles, the wooden carved beams that support the roof are preserved in line with the traditional character. I recommend that you ask for a tour through the whole building upon arrival to get to know the place. The tour will surely travel you.
... of The Cats, so named because they were infested by snakes and the cats gained semi religious status by eating them all.
Limassol itself has a large number of museums, a pretty boardwalk lined promenade, and, at it's western ...