As 2018 draws to a close and the weather deteriorates (but let's face it, we need the rain) it gives me time to publish some of the blogs that I have been sitting on since the summer. The main one will be our trip to the Ayia Naps Sculpture Park. However, before we pay that a visit, I want to pop into one of Paphos' own, less well known sculpture parks. So let's say hello to Pant Man...
To get to this little jewel in Paphos's crown, you must first identify these horses. Believe it or not, a group of galloping horses such as you see in this mural by BankruptCy, used to be referred to as "spanking tits". The term is now, sadly, confined to reference books, but knowledge like that deserves to be shared.
To The Park
If you drive past those horses as you head up towards Debenham's Roundabout, you will need to do a full turn and come back on the other side. You can then turn off at the little set of traffic lights and park your car.
Once you get to the sculpture park, you will be relieved to find that entrance is free.
However, you are also left entirely to your own devices as to the nature of the work on display.
Is there supposed to be something on that empty plinth, or is it a statement in itself?