ah yaaa food. Cyprus has some pretty damn fine eats. It’s mostly a mix of Greek and/or Turkish dishes, but they have a few unique creations of their own. Like halloumi cheese! The meatiest of the cheeses originates in Cyprus!
coffee. coffee. coffee. cafe. kafés. I love coffee. I know some people try to cut back or think it’s bad for you, but it’s my favourite vice and I’m very ok with the effects it has on me, good and bad. I find it fascinating how different cultures approach coffee and how different methodologies have […]
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 […]
John and I took a weekend to drive up to the divided capital of Cyprus. Nicosia or the “shame-capital” as one waiter referred to it, is the last divided city in Europe. The Northern half is occupied by Turkish Cypriots and the Southern part is occupied by Greek Cypriots. Many of the Greek Cypriots we […]
John and I took a road trip up to Nicosia on the weekend and stopped at the legendary birthplace of the goddess Aphrodite. The initial draw is certainly the myth Aphrodite, but the reason I love to spot is the beautiful sunny beach and crystal clear water.
Similar to the Archaelogical Park, the Tombs of the Kings is very close to the apartment we are living in in Paphos. After a very pleasant 20-30min walk we arrived at the incredibly large field that is riddled with underground tombs. So I put on my sweet hat, leather jacket, and grabbed my whip for some […]
I have been in Paphos for about 3 weeks now and I really love it here. It’s such a chill town, especially this time of year. I can only imagine how less chill it is in the summer at the height of tourist time, but right now it’s perfectly quiet. During they day we enjoy […]