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While the weather isn't quite what we would like yet, you can still have fun on an afternoon stroll. Today we look at the area between Polis Municipal Beach and Limni Pier. How does it look now that Spring is here?
Now that the Asprokremmos has well and truly overflowed, we thought we would pay another visit to our old friend Evretou. The abandoned village is sited on the banks of the reservoir of the same name, and until recently was a popular destination for weekend fishing fans. Now though, the waters have risen...
A couple of weeks ago Cyprus celebrated Tskinopempti. Like a lot of Cypriot festivities, this involved social eating. We instead opted to go for a drive, as the sun was making an appearance and we wanted to see the sea...
On our numerous visits to the dam over the last few days, we have also taken the opportunity to explore the countryside between the Asprokremmos and Polemi. How had the rains affected the Ezousa Valley? Was one of our hidden picnic areas still intact? Could I even get from Ezousa to Kallepia, like I had done on a previous blog? Would I rescue some German tourists? The short answers are badly, ish, no and yes. For a more in-depth discussion, read on.
For the seventh time, the environment commissioner and the volunteer network Together Cyprus are organising the cleanup campaign Let’s Do It! Cyprus – Clean up Cyprus, which will take place from April 2 to 7, with the main event taking place on Sunday April 7.
President Nicos Anastasiades on Tuesday said that despite any differences with Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci, they both share a common vision for achieving lasting peace, stability and prosperous collaboration in the island.
The tulips are beginning to appear in the tulip fields of Polemi. Don't rush to see them just yet though, as they are still a bit shy.
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