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
Food, knitting and military history – a strange combination? Read on to find out how all of these are connected on Cyprus! Restaurants come and go everywhere, including Cyprus. Luckily, to balance out the restaurants that close, there never seems to be a shortage of good new restaurants opening. This morning I wa...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
Bananas pack a healthy punch. This may help to explain why they are the UK’s most popular fruit. On average we each eat ten kilogrammes of bananas every year. That is about 100 typical bananas, like those in the picture above, the sort we are used to seeing sold in the UK and Europe. Cyprus […]Read More
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