Travel Blogs from Troodos
... the world. There was an article on CNN that said Limmasol (where I was) was the 2nd best compared to Carnival in Rio. I truly believe it. Our company GLS planned a trip for the group to visit Limmasol and Paphos , twocoastal cities here in Cyprus. We were lucky to go on Carnival Weekend. The weekend was full of dancing, and dressing up.The carnival itself was amazing. We got to walk the streets in the parade. The highlight of the ...
... one is financing me. Sure my dad and grandma are going to send me like max 200 bucks a month (that's both of them together) but that is pretty much going to go to food. I know I do not want to spend my all the money I saved because this summer I will be jobless for the first summer in 2 years and well I need to finance myself back home too. Honestly from now until spring break I do not know what am I going to do. Being on an island in the middle ...
Justyna and the boys arrived on Friday and on Saturday Gordon and Margaret arrived so that's the villa full.
Our other guests Andy & Denice arrived yesterday as well, they have rented a villa a few kilometers away.
Everyone came over for drinks and a polish meal, we sat talking until the early hours even though tomorrow is another busy day but I think everyone had a good time.
... we went across the road to have lunch, well Judyata and I had lunch, Bruce
had the all-day English breakfast. (What's the difference from and English and Scottish one you may ask?) How would I know I'm from Poland.
We had a walk around the shops in Paphos, bought the obligatory fridge magnets and headed back to the the villa for a snack and poolside drinks.
All in all another wonderful, but tiring ...
... br> sound equipment but we got a lead from a taxi driver and Bruce sorted
out what we need, we'll pick it up tomorrow, not much rest for the
Spent the day chatting with Judy, sunbathing by the pool and relaxing.
In the evening we went to a local restaurant and had a lovely Cypriot meal, the salads here are fantastic, so much better than the boring British ones.
All in all a wonderful, glorious day.