Lapethos Resort Hotel & Spa
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... that you don't expect to see another human in the remoteness of a vast uninhabited wilderness.
My best bit? Impossible to single out one event really. I loved it all - driving 3000 miles in a Range Rover Sport, 28 hangovers, meeting scores of lovely people, one ghost and one ghost town, lake fireworks, scary mountain drives, 13 diverse hotels, stunning scenery, a hilly chilly foggy city, hot dry deserts, Route 66 and Highway 1, old ...
Inside the City Walls of Nicosia
The Traditional Neighbourhood of Nicosia is a popular pedestrian touristy area with narrow winding streets combining residential houses with craft shops and tavernas.
A favourite stroll for tourists for shopping –mostly Cypriot souvenirs and ...
... he had died yesterday. What are the odds?? We also visited a cathedral-turned-mosque (like all churches and cathedrals if they were once under the rule of the Ottoman Empire...hey look at me, I actually learned something!) and we were going to see the whirling dervishes but they didn't start until later so we gave it a miss. We might get back there today if doing laundry doesn't take up too much time this afternoon. ...
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 ...
... has proven time and time again that such animosity born from differing ideologies takes generations to die out. Who knows if reunification of Cyprus will ever happen in our lifetimes ... but all of Cyprus was shocked ten years ago when the North finally opened up its borders, allowing citizens to freely cross from one side to the other. It may have been a small step, but it was an important one, the first of many required to hopefully one day reunite this divided ...