Best Bits Packs for Paphos

It’s not as easy as you would think. Saying that, it actually does look tough, but then how hard can it be if so many people play it? Next week, I will be put to the test.  My Minecraft abilities will be analyzed and scrutinized by the toughest invigilators in my family – my 6 and 8 year-old nephews.

This year, August is all about mothers. The Cypriot and I are heading out to his motherland this weekend and the next week I head out to mine. We are seeing and being seen to by our Mothers, which translates into having everything we love to eat appearing before us without asking, our laundry being washed without even knowing it was dirty, and getting up in the morning our most difficult task. When […]

August 7th, 2015|Cyprus, The Beaches|0 Comments

Best Bits in the Mail on Sunday – Nicosia is the place!

Heading to Cyprus – read this before you go!
Yes I was published and I am proud!  Enjoy the article and have a great time!

July 20th, 2014|Cyprus, Destinations, Nicosia|0 Comments

A Bit of Cyprus: Cyprus Beaches

These are in no particular order, but I do have a soft spot for Latchi.

I have been with the Cypriot for many years now and had never been any Cyprus beaches for vacation. It sounds as absurd as it is. We go there for weddings, christenings, every family event, but never for just relaxing. We have been a few nights here and there, but finally we made it to Aphrodite’s birth place with one goal in mind: to see a Cyprus beach.  As summer approaches and plans are made, Cyprus is definitely a destination to be reckoned with and the Cyprus beach is divine!
Aphrodite found one of the prettiest spots in Cyprus to do her ablutions, a hidden cove in the northwest corner of […]

May 13th, 2014|Cyprus, Destinations|0 Comments

Things to do in Nicosia, Cyprus

Cyprus is getting tons of press but unfortunately for all the wrong reasons.  Not for its sunny climes, gorgeous beaches, friendly folk or delicious food…which it should…but for the unwanted “haircuts”  that are being forced on its hardworking citizens.  If you are a regular to Cyprus (which I am becoming since dating one Greek-Cypriot lad), you can already see the changes that are occurring to its capital city. There really is no guide book that can keep up to date with the day to day changes.

The majority of tourists forgo a trip here – collecting their bags and heading directly to the beach but if you make that special effort there is a lot to see…it is the capital after all.

Before the recession hit, the […]

August 8th, 2013|Cyprus, Destinations, Nicosia|4 Comments