A few weeks ago, I read reports that some ancient human remains had turned up in a remote church near Kathikas. I presume the remains were placed by a tomb robber, but to be honest, the key phrase that stuck in my head was "remote church". After several attempts, the route to the location was found, and we paid it a visit.
There hasn't been as much snow (or rain for that matter) in Cyprus this year, compared to last. Nevertheless, we were determined to have at least one snowball fight. So we set off to The Troodos to see what we would find...
Last time we walked around Evretou Dam, we observed a solitary grave on the opposite bank, half way up a hill. After the blog was published we were approached by somebody who keeps a log of the Turkish Cypriot Graves on the island. He hadn't a record of this one, so I promised to revisit the area and get more information...
Government plans for the Akamas are still a big mess MPs said on Wednesday, citing lack of political will, delays and inconsistencies after Agriculture Minister Nicos Kouyialis presented the master plan for region to the House environment committee.
A month long touring art show in aid of charity Pasykaf will be launched in Paphos on Sunday.
Mayor of Paphos Phedonas Phedonos will inaugurate the Space Art National Exhibition at the Almyra Hotel on Saturday at 7pm.
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