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  • Cyprus... still in the sun[img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/964818/512AC070-7FAE-425C-AE95-666268 Posted by Irvinetravel in Cyprus | Mar 11, 2020
  • Life on the Mediterranean- LarnacaTook our rental back to the airport and caught a taxi to our hotel in Larnaca. Larnaca gets its name from the Greek “Lamar” meaning sarcophagus. There were many midieval tombs in the area. The seaside promenade is extensive. We Posted by Irvinetravel in Cyprus | Mar 8, 2020
  • Ancient Kingdom of KourionLast night we went to George’s Tavern for supper. The tavern has about 25-30 tables . We have been the only guests for the past two nights. George joined us and visited although he doesn’t speak English and I can Posted by Irvinetravel in Cyprus | Mar 5, 2020
  • Governor’s BeachUp today and off to breakfast at George’s Tavern. Ham, eggs, bacon, tomatoes,cheese,toast,Cyprus coffee. . Went to pay but George didn’t have his machine worki Posted by Irvinetravel in Cyprus | Mar 4, 2020
  • KalavasosUp this morning from our accommodation. [img=https://photos.travellerspoin Posted by Irvinetravel in Cyprus | Mar 3, 2020
  • Old Town, Ancient HistoryCovered Old Town Nicosia beginning with the Cyprus Museum. Archeologists have been digging up relics dating back to 9000BC. The Cyprus Museum displays many examples of these relics [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/964818/3027D8D0-78F5-4897-A710-B9 Posted by Irvinetravel in Cyprus | Mar 1, 2020
  • Nicosia ( Lefcosa), Cyprus Yassou! Or Merhaba! Depending on whether you are In the South (Greek) or north (Turkish) Cyprus!After 17 hours flying via Toronto , Vienna and Larnaca, arrived in Cyprus, took a 40 minute bus ride to Nicosia and a short Posted by Irvinetravel in Cyprus | Feb 28, 2020
  • India - Our 8 Week AdventureWe live on the Mediterranean Island of Cyprus, we are Leo & Paula, both retired. During our 7 years together we have been exploring Asia and to date have backpacked around Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Cambodia and Laos. This Posted by KellyDevlins in India 6400km By Plane,Train & Automobile | Jan 20, 2020
  • Cyprus: Craft Villages, Monasteries, and ArchaeologyThe second half of our visit to Cyprus much improved our opinion of the island. The western end around Paphos is less rural, has nicer beaches, and the historical places have been better preserved. We moved to a hotel in Posted by mrb430 in Arrr Adventures | Oct 27, 2019
  • On Cyprus it's Still Summer ===SETTLING INTO "HOME"=== I'm lying in the sun on a chaise sipping homemade lemonade made with lemons from my lemon tree just waiting to get hot enough to Posted by mrb430 in Arrr Adventures | Oct 14, 2019
  • Limassol, Cyprus - Thursday, 4 April 2019Queens Suite - Deck 9 - Cabin 9047 Today we arrived in Limassol which is the second largest town in Cyprus and its main port. Stretching for 10 miles along the coastline, the Troodos mountains provide the town with a Posted by gaddingabout in To London, To London, To Visit The Queen | Apr 18, 2019
  • Northern Cyprus. This is not going to be a page with up to date information about Cyprus, rather it is for me to consoli Posted by irenevt in Irene's Old Western Europe Pages. | Mar 25, 2019
  • Cyprus 2014Before travelling to this country to spend about a single week, I had the pleasure to contact Mrs. Popi, nickname greekcypriot, who lives nowadays in Greece, but was born in Larnaca, and used to visit Cyprus frequentely. She gave me Posted by avieira67 in Cyprus 2014 | Mar 14, 2019
  • Limmasol[img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/871419/large_IMGP Posted by UliS in East Africa 2013 | May 19, 2018
  • Girne... Again Well, on Saturday (28th April) I came to the end of my 7 nights in KKTC. It was my second visit to the country, the first being in September ’17. It was Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Apr 30, 2018
  • Karpaşa Part of the plan for my spring trip to KKTC was to explore the Karpas Peninsula (Karpaşa in Turkish). It’s the most easterly and remote part of KKTC, and relatively u Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Apr 24, 2018
  • North NicosiaIt's our last day in Cyprus. We decided to head back across the border to see the north side of Nicosia. The north side maintains much more of the Ottoman history than the south side, and seems much older. We walked Posted by spsadventures in Adventures by spsadventures | Oct 14, 2017
  • North CyprusYesterday, I had noticed that the museum we saw atthe end of the day opened early- 8:30 am. As I am a much earlier riser than the guys, I decided to see that in the morning before they awoke and Posted by spsadventures in Adventures by spsadventures | Oct 13, 2017
  • Nuts & BoltsWith it being a relatively unusual destination, but one worth visiting, I thought I’d do a post about the cost and logistics of my trip to North Cyprus (which I’ll call KKTC, as they do). As I mentioned in another post, Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Oct 14, 2017
  • Maǧusa Yesterday I caught the 10am dolmuș from Girne to Gazimaǧusa (formerly Famagusta, and no doubt still Famagusta to Greek speakers). I got a sense of achie Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Oct 2, 2017
  • The Green Line Visiting a new destination is something I almost always enjoy. I’ll spare the blushes of the exceptions. When it’s in a country I’ve never visited Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Sep 29, 2017
  • DividedBilled as the last divided capital city in the World, I'm not sure if it's stated as such with pride, or with sarcasm. Cyprus's history is littered with invasions by foreign empires and colonization, dating back to ancient times Posted by vagabondvoyager in Breaking the Habit: Random Ramblings Across the Globe | Sep 12, 2013
  • Necessary EvilAfter our first night in Larnaca, we really didn't want to come back here for another night, let alone two - but it was a necessary evil, as the only real options for flying out of the country are either Posted by vagabondvoyager in Breaking the Habit: Random Ramblings Across the Globe | Sep 13, 2013
  • Mr BeanNothing beats whipping a car around the tight and twisty curves of the Troodos Massif, Cyprus's mountainous region, even when it's in a Nissan Micra, the modern equivalent of the shit-mobile Mr Bean putts around in. Back-to-back-to-back curves, hairpin Posted by vagabondvoyager in Breaking the Habit: Random Ramblings Across the Globe | Sep 8, 2013
  • ΨΕΚΑΣΜΕΝA Here's a brief Greek language lesson for you - there are a number of short nature trails in and around Kalopanayiotis that Maria had pointed out to us last night, and on one of these trails leading to an Posted by vagabondvoyager in Breaking the Habit: Random Ramblings Across the Globe | Sep 9, 2013
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