Improvements in bus services have been exemplary in the past decade ... from inner city to city to city !!!
The Akamas Peninsula is the real Cyprus, it's a protected area and National Park and worth a visit by boat, by 4 wheel drive car, Buggy or Jeep Adventures ... whichever you choose ... Go !!!
The idea was to provide a hire service of all the basic necessities you might need while you're visiting Cyprus or when friends or family are visiting you. I mean, sometimes you just can't pack the kitchen sink ... well don't worry they've got everything from baby cots to push chairs, and baby baths to mobility scooters, and well, you name it they'll have it, and if they haven't got it they'll find it for you ! Trust me, this is an awesome service !
... the urge to not give in was irresistible, finding this little shop so he could continue to bring you somewhere to buy the best in Graffiti Supplies, Skateboarding and it's related apparel, here you'll find; quality Skateboards, Trucks, Spitfire Wheels, In-Line Skates, Skate Shoes and Socks, Hoodies, Back Packs, Caps, Spray Paints and loads more ...
Individual artists from all over the world have come together to present this open air display of art also known as, A Symposium. These artists have made great contributions to their field to present this splendid array of art which depict themes that are mainly influenced by Greek Mythology.
They distill their own essential oils and make fragrant soaps and other herbal products.
I never seem to get to the Salt Lake in Larnaca at the right time to get a photo of the Flamingos ... Today I got there at the right time but not to many Flamingos ... Cyprus Whatanightmare !
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 !
Special Offers Jimmy is always happy to help out, so, mention What's On, and you'll be in for a nice surprise !
It's a lovely idea for a different day out. What I really like about The Camel Park is it’s diversity, as there’s always something new to see every time you go. With such a lot of animals, there’s often a few babies around including iccle Camels, ranging from as little as 2 weeks old … they are just delightful! You can choose to stroll around at your leisure or there’s guides who offer information in several languages.