Cyprus May 2018

May 29, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

May iii

It's been another eventful week.  I sometimes go to a nice cafe and music venue in Lapta called The Soulist.  They serve good coffee all day and play decent english music ranging from rock to soul.  At night at least a couple of times a week they have live music and the manager Alper is an accomplished musician and plays most Wednesdays.  The place is small, but it does have a good outside area with window looking into the stage.  Staff are friendly and have chatted to the lovely AK who is behind the bar most days.  On Saturday last week they had Lady M and her band playing jazz.

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I have also been to the doctor for a check up and basically I am now on a diet and some pills for blood pressure.  Not so good.  The upshot is I have to exercise more so I have been going for regular 1 hour walks every day since Monday.  First few times I didn't take the camera, as you stop too much, but today I did a longer walk and did take it along.  

 

Girne - Kyrenia Walk, Casino SignGirne - Kyrenia Walk, Casino SignPhotos by Sin Bozkurt© Looks like a foot to the left, but too high.  I think this is a casino advert.  Notice the sun bleached effect. Girne - Kyrenia WalkGirne - Kyrenia WalkPhotos by Sin Bozkurt© Girne - Kyrenia WalkGirne - Kyrenia WalkPhotos by Sin Bozkurt© Girne - Kyrenia WalkGirne - Kyrenia WalkPhotos by Sin Bozkurt© Photos by Sin Bozkurt© Girne - Kyrenia WalkGirne - Kyrenia WalkPhotos by Sin Bozkurt© Girne - Kyrenia WalkGirne - Kyrenia WalkPhotos by Sin Bozkurt©

 If ever there was a photo of the cat in Coraline By Neil Gaiman this is it.  Super thin.

 

I have also been out for the day to Skull Mountain and a small village on the Magusa coast line.

 Nitovika is an ex-greek village in the Magusa region.  People live there still, but a lot of it is run down.  Signs don't do too well in the sun.

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 Nearby a fishing cove, cousin on some odd concrete donated by the EU for a project but never quite finished.

EU ProjectEU ProjectPhotos by Sin Bozkurt© EU ProjectEU ProjectPhotos by Sin Bozkurt© EU ProjectEU ProjectPhotos by Sin Bozkurt© EU ProjectEU ProjectPhotos by Sin Bozkurt© Photos by Sin Bozkurt© Nitovika is an ex-greek village in the Magusa regionNitovika is an ex-greek village in the Magusa regionPhotos by Sin Bozkurt©  Looking cool, drunken noise from the blue boat top left. It can't have been later than 5pm. Photos by Sin Bozkurt©

Skull MountainSkull MountainPhotos by Sin Bozkurt© Skull MountainSkull MountainPhotos by Sin Bozkurt© Skull Mountain on the way back

Photos by Sin Bozkurt© Photos by Sin Bozkurt© Kittens make the cat total 37Kittens make the cat total 37Photos by Sin Bozkurt©

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Also spent some time at Mt St Hilarion and the castle there.  Made it to the top this time, lovely views.

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Over and Out.


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