varosia: caught on camera in a ghost town

Varosia was once one of the most popular tourist areas in the region, and a haven for the elite to sun themselves in...

why all the cyrillic in cyprus?

Leaving Malta was bittersweet, as we had a very nice relaxing stay in a great hotel in St. Julians .  It was easy to...

the flyingnorthblog 2011 year in travel

As I am in constant “country count” competition with a few friends around the world, I am happy to report that in 2011 I...

cyprus top six lists

Continuing the time-honored tradition of the flyingnorthblog, and in an effort to encapsulate the Cyprus experience I’ve been thinking about the best and the...

a view even aphrodite would be proud of

With the kind guidance of our new local friend Anton, who came to Cyprus by way of Bulgaria, we made our way by car...

salamis: an archeological site not to be missed

Some lesser-known archeological sites are not to be missed.  Salamis is one of those sites.  Near Famagusta in Northern Cyprus, Salamis is a fine...

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