Lapethos Resort Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Outdoor pool
- Kids pool
- Adult pool
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... is very flat and dry; hardly anything seems to grow.
We spent one day touring around Famagusta, which is on the east coast. Whilst many of the historic building are ruins, Famagusta boasts an almost complete city wall and moat (empty of water). It’s quite easy to walk around the old city and see the historic bits. During the medieval period (especially under the maritime republics of Genoa and ...
... patio for an hour or so just reading and listening to the radio. Sarah made list of supplies needed, not a lot but we are having a friend round for a meal on Weds and it lamb tagine followed by pavlova, with a glass or two of wine. Also made a small list of things we want to bring home as well. Mrs Fox popped round so she was rewarded with some bones from last nights bbq which she picked up and trotted off with. A little cooler today which makes all the difference of ...
... or the loggerhead. Once the eggs hatch the young turtles are left to fend for themselves but 48hrs after hatching the project team go and excavate the nest after 48hrs to check how many eggs have hatched and see if there are any stragglers! We watched as they opened up the nest, 75 eggs had hatched a few failed and they did rescue a straggler. The stragglers are normally kept for a few days as they are usually weak and once they are strong enough the team take them back to the beach ...
... up early to get to the market and into town, whilst avoiding the road works. Sarah went to the pool for a few lengths before returning home to chill out and do some crochet work, John carried on watching the Dances with Wolves dvd, bit of a marathon but good viewing. Very light lunch of slices of garlic bread, olive oil and tomato. Temp today a slight lowering on yesterday.....only 36C. Played with technology for a while then Sarah found a film to watch ...Under ...
... bread, cheeses and cigar borek....they obviously felt sorry for me.....however now I am struggling, what shall I eat as I cannot possibly eat it all. Decided on the curry and the bread and cheese will be tomorrows lunch. All this while enjoying the tennis with Murray providing tonights entertainment. Had text from Sarah saying hen party going well and she hopes to email a full update tomorrow night once they arrive at Gatwick for an overnight before the flight back on Monday. ...