Monthly Archives: February 2013

Exploring Larnaka Travel series – NaturallyCyprus

Originally posted on Travel Freely:
Exploring Larnaka DBH travel Series Larnaka’s ideal situation in Cyprus offers the versatility of mobility when traveling to Cyprus, having most point of interests at equidistant.  Going to Nicosia is a definite eye-opener. The historical…

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Cyprus Wildlife to Express itself on Film – Your Project

The project ‘Our Island’ – “αυτό το νησί μας” is a true expression of gratitude towards the natural virtues of an island which is valued and treasured. A natural essence that gracefully accepts the love given back to it. This … Continue reading

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Originally posted on A Nature of Wine:
What has cycling, vineyards, wine and altitude have to do with Cyprus? On paper, apparently nothing. European Travel Tour in search of Vineyards of Altitude Following the path from the Alps to the…

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Originally posted on A Nature of Wine:
‘L’incontournable’ of Cyprus Wines Stars are never dormant, otherwise we would never know of them. Such is Commandaria wine, the classic style of fortified wine from Cyprus, perceived as a dormant gem yet…

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Originally posted on A Nature of Wine:
Cyprus can be known its amalgam of flavors distilled and interlaced for centuries anchored in the cultural pot of the eastern Mediterranean. An inspiration of tastes from different culinary traditions in the Eastern…

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Originally posted on Available Online:
Luke McKernan, Curator for Moving Images at the British Library posted this amusing tweet at a conference last year. Aided by the pithiness of Twitter, Luke likened the doomed attempt of the Danish king Canute…

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