Friday, October 31, 2008

Two Years Living in Cyprus

Today we celebrate two years of living in Cyprus , we cannot believe how quickly the time has passed. We have loved living in Pissouri, made countless friends and enjoyed every moment of living on the Island.

Sunday, October 26, 2008

A visit to the Circus

On a beautifully mild evening we drove into Limassol to see the Medrano Circus, we all thought that the Italian Circus was highly entertaining.

We then strolled in the old port of Limassol and enjoyed alfresco meal at Mikri Maria taverna where the owner, Aphrodite, sang songs, played the guitar and entertained us with tales of bygone days in Limassol.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Lisa's Birthday 2008

On Saturday we popped down the Pissouriana to watch the football and meet the locals, Lisa and Dan ended up at the Red Fever and trundled home in the early hours of the morning .

On Sunday it was time to celebrate Lisa’s birthday, we started off with drinks around at Steve and Mary’s house, we were joined by Debbie, Colin and Theo. We then headed up to the Hillview restaurant for Sunday lunch and chocolate birthday cake.

Cyprus Night

We took the short drive to Aphrodite’s rock for a photo op before making our way to the town of Paphos.

We started the weekend witha trip to the Vineleaf tavern in Pissouri bay to take in the weekly Cypriot night show. The show consists of traditional Cypriot dancing, a belly dancer and disco.

Saturday, October 11, 2008

Visitors from the Diff

Lisa, Jo and Dan flew in to Paphos from Cardiff ,UK for a weeks holiday. On their first day we went to Aphrodite's rock, a visit to Paphos and then took the short drive to Kyrenia beach for dinner as the sunset over the Mediterranean sea.

The next day we drove them up to Latsi for a boat trip along the Arkamas coast and a swim in the Blue lagoon.

Saturday, October 04, 2008

A girls night out

A girls night out was organised at The Hillview restaurant and after their success at the Amphitheatre, Abbadabbadoo returned to Pissouri to entertain the locals.