Xeros River Ruins

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Xeros River Ruins

Post by Dominic » Sat Jun 01, 2019 2:30 pm

It looks like the sun is here to stay now, and Cyprus is quickly turning brown. The Asprokremmos is no longer overflowing, and soon, the rivers will no doubt start to run dry again. Before that happens we decided to go for a drive up Xeros Valley, and explore some ruins by the river. If you fancy a paddle, don't wait too long...

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Re: Xeros River Ruins

Post by cyprusmax47 » Mon Jun 03, 2019 11:41 am

I love the photos from the fox and the owl, magnificent. OMG, sure it made you jump when the owl suddenly appeared and you high up that water mill... :roll:

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Re: Xeros River Ruins

Post by Ams » Mon Jun 03, 2019 5:19 pm

I'm very envious about the fox and the owl!

I did that drive 2 weeks ago, there was still a fair amount of water flowing down the river then, but I wondered how much longer it would last. I only went as far as Panagia tou Sinti though, which was lovely and peaceful, as usual. I didn't realise you could drive further up the river to more ruins.

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Re: Xeros River Ruins

Post by Dominic » Mon Jun 03, 2019 6:12 pm

Before the winter rains you used to be able to drive all the way to Roudia Bridge.
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