Kataklysmos is one of many Cyprus festivals. Held each year 50 days after Orthodox Easter, this event has special significance for Larnaka as a coastal town. The spoken word sounds like the English word that is derived from the Greek language via French. (Some say that French is mis-spelled English. Others...Read More
The Cyprus Rally has been enthralling spectators since 1970. Having attended a few of these events as a spectator I know the feeling. You wait in a spot that provides a good view of the approaching cars as they power down the track. You hear the engine noise, the clattering of small stones hitting the […]Read More
If you were looking to holiday in Maroni at a time of year when sunshine is plentiful but not extremely hot, I’d recommend June. I realise that people have differing levels of tolerance to heat, cold, pain, chillies etc,. However my observations about June are based on more than nine years living on Cyprus, so [...Read More
Bread – it’s the stuff of life! Whilst the UK was last week celebrating Easter, Cypriots were still dealing with the hunger pains of Lent and getting ready for this weekend when they celebrate Easter according to the Greek Orthodox calendar. With that thought in mind it seems appropriate to discuss an Easte...Read More
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