With two safari's every day, your day starts with collection from your hotel at 9.30 for morning safari or 2.30 pm for the afternoon run ... a quick tuition on the bikes and a choice of trips ... the first is a little more extreme, heading out of Napa to the stunning scenery of Cape Greco, taking in the sea caves, for a bit of rock jumping, and a small waterfall with panoramic views, then on through the beautiful coast town of Protaras and back to Napa the long way around ...
I strongly believe that if at first you teach your child balance, body strength, flexibility, courage, and of course eye, hand and feet coordination, then team work, they can go on to do any sport they want to, be it in a team or individual. The end of year Gymnastics shows are awesome btw!
I've been to all their venues and have to say they're in a class of their own.
I met Flouris in his early days at Good Fortune Restaurant in Ayia Napa. Now in a prime position at the top of the strip in Protaras, son Andreas has joined the family business and together they make an awesome team, bringing you that traditional Cypriot hospitality that made Cyprus famous ... putting first class customer service as their number one priority !
The location is wonderful, up in the hills, with absolutely stunning panoramic views overlooking the St. George coastline of Paphos. There's over 100,000 sq metres of lush green vegetation, ponds, flowers, and trees including the amazing Silk Floss Tree from South America, covered in thousands of spikes, it's just crazy !
Rich's speciality is his ability to calm students who are a little nervous about the idea of being under water. He understands that some people panic a bit about putting on a mask and breathing underwater for the first time and Rich has this amazing knack to calm you down and talk you through it, in fact if needs must, he'll be right next to you and even hold your hand when you make the plunge for the first time. The comments from his first time students speak for themselves !!!
With over 50 stalls in the summer there's everything you'd expect from a thriving market, from a variety of bric-a-brac, souvenirs, hand made pottery, household goods, I.T Services and computer stuff. There's shoes, new and second hand clothes, accessories, cafes and food stalls and even Grimsby's Smokey Pete's Van selling traditional English fish imported from Grimsby of course! Pete has been in the trade over 35 years and specialises in Smoked Haddock, smoked the traditional way in Oak Sawdust ... the aroma is awesome!
Captain Andreas takes you along the coast for a 2 Hour 30 minute mini cruise, first as far as you can go to the UN line to see the Ghost City of Famagusta, where you'll learn about the history of what happened and why it's still empty after over 40 years, and it's told in 3 languages, English, Russian and French, brilliant !