Wayward Lovers

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How to Live in Paphos

This is our neighbourhood. Our beautiful apartment was just a couple minutes walk to the lighthouse beach and waterfront walking path in Paphos. If you turn left you’ll walk by the archaeological park and find many many bars and restaurants. If you turn right you’ll have a quiet walk past hotels and summer homes and you’ll find many many cats! If you don’t want to walk either direction you can sit yourself down at the Lighthouse Beach bar and have the best most buttery toasty of your life. I’m a big fan of the Paphos life.

We stayed in Paphos for January and I’m pretty thrilled that this was our “winter” this year!

I really enjoyed being here in the winter, some places were closed but we never felt inconvenienced by the winter hours or anything. I can only imagine how busy it must be in the summer. Everything is set up like they get hordes of people enjoying beaches and restaurants. I’d love to come back for a summer day to enjoy the swimming and beaches a bit more, but I might not be able to handle the heat! It gets to like +50C or something insane. I’m much happier with an 18 – 20C degree day.

 

~B~

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