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November 26th, 2010 | Cyprus

Riding in Cyprus – “Getting Lost is Half the Fun”…

Within half an hour of leaving Pafos, we were climbing up into the mountains… We passed through the villages of Varvara and Axylou, and stopped at a monastery where Romos asked the priest for directions to a town I didn’t get the name of… I had no idea where we were going, and was actually […]

November 26th, 2010 | Cyprus

Riding in Cyprus – Pafos and its Castle…

When I reached the spot where I had parked the Big Fella, I found him deep in conversation with this beguiling creature… “Pardon the interruption, but have you seen Romos and his White Knight..?” I asked… All I got in reply was a throaty hum from the Big Fella and a loud purr from “THE […]

November 26th, 2010 | Cyprus

Riding in Cyprus – Pafos Archeological Site

Near the tip of the Pafos Peninsula and the yacht basin, is the heavily developed tourist section of the city… It is here that I parked the Big Fella, as suggested by Romos, which would give me easy access to both the vast archeological site of Pafos, as well as the Castle that was built […]

November 26th, 2010 | Cyprus

Riding in Cyprus – King’s Tombs and Catacombs…

For those looking for a bit of history and culture during their visit to Pafos, it is worth noting that the entire two has been designated a World Heritage and Cultural Site, and no matter where you might find yourself during a walk here, you are bound to come across some of its unique history […]

November 26th, 2010 | Cyprus

Riding in Cyprus – Last Ride to Pafos

I had been to Pafos on two previous occasions but not had the opportunity to visit any of the many attractions the area has to offer… I had either arrived in the town too late in the afternoon, or had enjoyed my visit with Lucien and Sandra too much to cut it short and go […]

November 25th, 2010 | Cyprus

Downtime and Admin…

After another round of “needle treatment” on my troublesome elbow, I have been advised to take it easy for the next 48 hours… The cortisone will hopefully kick in and begin working its magic during this time… A scan showed that it is not the joint that is the problem, but the tendons who are […]