Cyprus: Ideal Destination for Business & Pleasure!

Trip Start Sep 27, 2011
Trip End Oct 12, 2011

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Saturday, October 1, 2011

My trip to Cyprus in September is a combination of business and extended holidays. September is a peak season, the sun is out shining, but it is not as hot and humid as in the summer. There might be a shower but this does not last long and the sun is coming out again making everything glow.

I love the smell of earth after a rainfall but I don't think I will be lucky to see this happening on this trip. I am taking along my swimming suit and I plan to spend many hours swimming in the crystal turquoise waters of Protara.
I am visiting Nicosia for some business meetings before I visit a couple of Agro Hotels which I have included to see on this trip. So in all, I believe it is going to be another promising trip.
Besides, I am going  to the island I love, so even the thought that I am flying once again to Cyprus makes me feel privileged and happy.

Dinner Outings!

The 4 days I am in Larnaca I spend it with Mum at home.

In the evenings however I always have the company of my sister who joins me for a dinner outing.

I had dinner in three different restaurants in Larnaca.

The pictures I have are from the 3 nights.

I can admit everything was delicious, but don't think I was eating the whole portion. I love tasting so most of the time I was nibbling.

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Murshid on

I also like the smell of earth after the rainfall very much. It happens in March April in our country.

mmbcross on

So we finally get to see your sister. How about your Mum?

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