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> JUL 17: PAPHOS FORUM......Most of the infection comes from staff not washing their hands after visiting the toilet
> JUL 17: CYPRUS PRESS......Paphos residents are complaining there is no space to lie down on one of the district’s most popular beaches because there are too many sunbeds.
> JUL 17: CYPRUS PRESS......Four people, including a 16-year-old boy, were arrested after being caught begging in two separate incidents
> JUN 17: CYPRUS PRESS......Primary education teachers announce strike
> APR 17: PAPHOS FORUM......Being short changed happens all the time
> APR 17: CYPRUS PRESS......we have found the ultimate way to end the ‘towel wars’ between tourists.
> MAR 17: PAPHOS FORUM......fly tipping is a national pastime
> FEB 17: CYPRUS PRESS......A total of 93 refugees have landed on the island after being spotted off the coast
> FEB 17: CYPRUS PRESS......Rival gangs selling drugs in schools
> JAN 17: CYPRUS PRESS......Armed police spotted patrolling areas where large crowds gather should not cause alarm but actually strengthen the public’s sense of security,
> DEC 16: CYPRUS PRESS......Police urged members of the public on Tuesday to be vigilant as professional beggars are roaming the streets
> DEC 16: PAPHOS FORUM......has anyone received any of the mail stolen by that criminal in Limassol Post Office?
> NOV 16: PAPHOS FORUM......cypriot people will never learn,this is normal behaviour for them They think as Cypriots. (Re Cypriots pushing in when queuing)
> NOV 16: PAPHOS FORUM......just about every Cypriot home has at least one gun, and also shotguns,
> NOV 16: CYPRUS PRESS......Local and Syrian students in school punch-up
> OCT 16: CYPRUS PRESS......Customs confiscate over 4,000 counterfeit items from shops
> SEP 16: PAPHOS FORUM......a restaurant in Peyia was the subject of an arson attack
> AUG 16: PAPHOS FORUM......Old Cyprus...especially on the coastal areas are in danger of extinction
> AUG 16: CYPRUS PRESS......Human Waste in sea water
> JUL 16: CYPRUS PRESS......the latest victim to lose his life in the sea off Tafoi ton Vasileon beach in Paphos.
> JUL 16: PAPHOS FORUM......We never buy nothing in Cyprus unless its in an unopened box.
> APR 16: PAPHOS FORUM......Is it possible to get local news in English, like news at ten
> APR 16: SOCIAL MEDIA......Lack of discipline (in Cyprus schools) causes 99.9% of the problem. Teachers are being sued if they even look at a child suspiciously.
> MAR 16: PAPHOS FORUM......Brothels have always been in Pafos and all large towns and cities on Cyprus, nothing new I'm afraid.
> MAR 16: PAPHOS FORUM......we make our way back to Blighty.... And I have to say that strangely enough, we're both very much looking forward to that!
> MAR 16: PAPHOS FORUM......what is wrong with these people (Cypriots), why do they start jobs and not finish them,
> MAR 16: PAPHOS FORUM......TOTK looked third world and needed a complete upgrade and now is to my mind starting to take shape.
> FEB 16: PAPHOS FORUM......only Government organisations are licensed to hold bingo nights.
> JAN 16: PAPHOS FORUM......numerous menu prices depending on whether you are Cypriot or Tourist
> JAN 16: SOCIAL MEDIA......There are some honest and fair cafes in the south too, but you only know which after being here for a while.
> JAN 16: PAPHOS FORUM......Nearly 3,000 booked for smoking indoors over two months
> JAN 16: PAPHOS FORUM......Friday night will bring freezing temperature.
> DEC 15: PAPHOS FORUM......I have been looking for a better way to watch Sky programming, ever since we lost Sky through the dish, without having to pay for blatantly stolen programmes.
> DEC 15: PAPHOS FORUM......OK so we don't miss a lot of things from the UK but what we do miss is a good Chinese/Indian meal.
> DEC 15: PAPHOS FORUM......Problem if your near neighbor has a log burner, they do stink for none users living near by
> DEC 15: PAPHOS FORUM......can I receive sky channels in paphos....Yes but via the Internet
> NOV 15: SOCIAL MEDIA......The graffiti, unfinished buildings, dirt and kids racing around on motor bikes
> OCT 15: PAPHOS FORUM......fly tipping has got out of hand
> OCT 15: CYPRUS PRESS......Alcohol is easily accessible to minors and more training and stricter laws are needed
> OCT 15: PAPHOS FORUM......We left one establishment at the top end of Bar street were we'd gone to see our friends band due to the yob behaviour and foul language.
> OCT 15: CYPRUS PRESS......Paphos District is expecting to receive 4,000 cotton bags, which will be given to households as an incentive to stop using plastic bags
> SEP 15: PAPHOS FORUM......the scrawlings of local football clubs on anything and everything from traffic signs to private housing walls, Cyta boxes etc., is an eyesore which makes the whole area look "down and out".
> SEP 15: CYPRUS PRESS......The Cabinet announced on Wednesday that Cyprus would take in 274 refugees
> SEP 15: SOCIAL MEDIA......I have not long come back to UK from holiday in Cyprus. I found it noticeable cheaper than before . I also found that people in shops, restaurants etc were not as rude as they are usually!
> SEP 15: CYPRUS PRESS......A second night market to help feed needy families in Paphos
> AUG 15: PAPHOS FORUM......whilst the Cypriots collectively have many fine qualities....communal cleanliness is not one of them
> AUG 15: PAPHOS FORUM......We have lots of Cypriot friends who are NOT may I add, filthy or dangerous people,
> AUG 15: PAPHOS FORUM......I have never seen Cyprus beaches in such bad condition
> AUG 15: PAPHOS FORUM...... previously stated once you are here it is difficult to get off (the Island)
> AUG 15: SOCIAL MEDIA......Stop ripping the tourists off and start providing some decent facilities and maybe tourists will not only spend more but stay longer too!
> AUG 15: PAPHOS PRESS......Due to humidity, high temperatures and wind, residents of Paphos and Polis areas will experience greater discomfort, especially overnight, the met office said.
> AUG 15: SOCIAL MEDIA......I really don't think Cpriots see the rubbish which is everywhere, not just in Paphos
> AUG 15: SOCIAL MEDIA...... Paphos will be showcased to the world as a clean, orderly, law abiding, corruption free city of culture...I mean, its all just so completely ridiculous. But i do enjoy my laughs here.
> JUL 15: SOCIAL MEDIA......Rubbish and fly-tipping is rife but to me the biggest issue is the graffiti
> JUL 15: PAPHOS FORUM......My stepson (10) has been there (ISOP) for 3 years and is doing extremely well.
> JUL 15: PAPHOS FORUM......I suspect that most supposedly Blue Flag Beaches in Cyprus do NOT meet the criteria to have an award.
> JUL 15: SOCIAL MEDIA......I am also amazed given the general hygiene standards that I have witnessed in some Cyprus eateries that many more outbreaks of salmonella haven't occurred.
> JUL 15: PAPHOS FORUM......selling (alcohol) 440ml cans rather than the 500ml ones, but the price is still the same.
> JUL 15: PAPHOS FORUM......some people are calling for armed security forces to be placed on Cyprus beaches
> JUL 15: CYPRUS PRESS......Over 2,000 people have been reported for illegally smoking in public spaces indoors
> JUN 15: SOCIAL MEDIA......golden rules for living in Cyprus.....never have anything to do with either the legal system or the govt. public sector departments.
> JUN 15: PAPHOS FORUM......it is Disgraceful behavior laying poison in a kids playground!.
> JUN 15: PAPHOS FORUM......What was worse was the language and obscenities being chanted by the boys " British Cows" and liberal use of the f and c words as well as Greek swear words.
> MAY 15: PAPHOS FORUM......increasing and unchecked spraying of graffiti virtually everywhere in Paphos district.
> MAY 15: PAPHOS FORUM......Paphos Municipality is laying rat poison at various locations in town and also in nearby waste ground and country... They are trying to reduce the rat population.
> MAY 15: PAPHOS FORUM......I have had dealings with officialdom in Cyprus, you might as well be beating your head against a wall if you're a Brit.
> MAY 15: PAPHOS FORUM......my aim was to mix with Cypriots. Very difficult. I have Cypriots I am friendly with, but none of my close friends are Cypriot,
> MAY 15: PAPHOS FORUM......Local politicians do not seem to have the interests of all residents at heart only those vested interests.
> MAY 15: PAPHOS FORUM......Idiots!!!!!!!. How backward is this country going to be????? (re shop opening hours)
> MAY 15: CYPRUS PRESS......parents started collectively taking a stand about the poor state of public education
> MAY 15: PAPHOS FORUM......the coast all along the magnificent Pafos shore line is dangerous,
> APR 15: PAPHOS FORUM......Bad weather is expected in January, February, and March, but it can happen in April too
> APR 15: PAPHOS FORUM......earthquakes are far from a rare event in Cyprus.
> APR 15: PAPHOS FORUM......I have been to Cyprus many many times. I wouldn't just up sticks and move to another country without visiting it before
> APR 15: PAPHOS PRESS......parents said they had been terrorised by acts of vandalism and firecrackers being thrown in their school yard
> MAR 15: PAPHOS FORUM......were can I buy Yorkshire tea bags
> MAR 15: CYPRUS FORUM......We know of many people who came here with young children and have returned to the UK much worse off financially than when they came.
> FEB 15: PAPHOS FORUM......if a new school is opened I would check they have the appropriate licenses
> FEB 15: PAPHOS FORUM......Out of 225 winners there seems to be only one Foreign National. Call me a sceptic.........
> FEB 15: PAPHOS FORUM......Many members of the Police are Hunters.
> FEB 15: PAPHOS FORUM......any Turkish Cypriot claiming what is theirs then first they would have to return land and proprieties to the Greek Cypriots, not ever going to happen.
> JAN 15: PAPHOS FORUM......Did the shops not have two prices? One for locals and one for expats?
> JAN 15: PAPHOS PRESS......Growth in the number of tourist arrivals in Cyprus has been weaker than in its main EU competitors
Cyprus is a truly amazing Country; the varied landscape is stunning from breath taking views from the mountains to welcoming
beaches. In the morning you can be skiing on the slopes of Troodos then by lunchtime enjoying lunch in the warm sunshine at
one of the many bars. Evenings with a cold beer or glass of wine is a great way to end a day. Planning that summer BBQ (or
indeed many outdoor social occasions during the summer months) is assured. Meeting new people, tasting diverse cuisine
and generally adopting a slower pace of life is perfect for many.
In the Paphos area sandy beaches are scarce, most head for Coral Bay, this is a fine and especially for young children, a safe expanse of sandy beach though can become extremely crowded during the summer and tourist season (Throughout the winter months the sand can be washed into the sea, the local Council are then tasked with the works to dredge the sand back on shore). Other small coves can be found though are generally formed of shingle.
Winter and the festive period (Christmas) is a very quiet time in Paphos and many bars and restaurants close during this period. With the tourist season over and ex-pats returning to the UK to be with their families Paphos can feel deserted. Winters can be very cold, more so the evenings. Heavy rainfall and even snow is common, temperatures can fall close to freezing. Kerosene heaters are popular to try and keep homes warm. Contrasting is the summer months which can seem busy and especially hot with high humidity in July and August, the temperature can reach into the mid 30’s c.
Shopping in Paphos is reasonable, you will find stores such as Lidl, Carrefour, Superhome Center (similar to B&Q) and Sports Direct. There are a number of franchised outlets including M&S though generally sell end of season stock. A new shopping mail has been built in Paphos (November 13). Numerous food shops are to be found all competing for your trade, from kiosks, to local and large supermarkets and British outlets. McDonalds and other fast food chains are also represented.
Paphos appeals to the retired. After endless years of demanding employment, long hours and for many, struggling to find the funds to pay the ever increasing bills Cyprus will be a welcomed freedom from this challenging existence. Many who retire to Cyprus settle well and enjoy the benefits of a slower pace of life.
Families also settle well though will generally stay in Cyprus for 3 to 5 years. If having sold your property in the UK then finding your back on to the UK property ladder and employment can be tough, more so if you have purchased a property in Cyprus and are dependent on a sale. Thoroughly research the Paphos property market. Once you have purchased your home in the sun there may come a time when you want your money back. In Paphos alone there are a great number of unsold properties.
Also to consider is your CV, pool cleaning for three years may seem an easy way to earn a basic living though will not impress a perspective employer should you decide to return to the UK.
Other than the retired or financially secured earning a living will be important. Finding work in Paphos can be extremely difficult. Speaking Greek (Cypriot) will open more doors for you. If you are happy to spend your days pool cleaning or gardening then it may be possible to earn a very basic living during the summer months. Another alternative is to commute to one of the more Cypriot cosmopolitan towns such as Nicosia or Limassol to find work.
Give some thought to your children when they leave school. Paphos is mainly a farming/tourist region, after spending tens thousands of euros on a (paid for) private education is working in the local bar really ideal ?
Most families with younger children enjoy the safer environment though sadly a once crime free Island is seeing a disturbing increase in law-breaking, more so burglaries of residential homes and Paphos is no exception. Home owners have had to install / improve their security to keep homes safe. You may hear comments such as “crime is worse in the UK” maybe, but this will not replace your valuables should you become victim. Rubbish left in open places is an on-going problem and the British have formed “clean up” action groups who regularly volunteer their time to clean beaches and public areas.
Living in Cyprus it can be easy to think of Britain but in the Sun. It is worth remembering Cyprus including Paphos has a strong Cypriot culture and principles. Should this be important, after all we are all Europeans ?. Well, almost all British ex-pats do not have even a basic understanding of the Cypriot language. They speak in English to the Cypriots, watch British TV (mostly illegally) and expect the same ethics as in the UK. Health and safety standards may be different or not what you are use to. As with any Country the Cypriots have their own traditions and culture. You may occasionally meet a Cypriot who is openly offended he is expected to conduct himself with British values.
A general overview of Paphos
Sunshine is all but guaranteed from April to October. Paphos appeals to the retired.
area sandy beaches are scarce, most head for Coral Bay.
Paphos, in general
Dedicated to Education, Schools and Schooling in Paphos, Cyprus.
> DEC 14: PAPHOS FORUM......The amount of litter lying around was disgusting not just there but in the hedgerows and verges on the way.
> DEC 14: PAPHOS FORUM......Cyprus isn't the easiest place to just hop on a flight and get home
> DEC 14: PAPHOS FORUM......There really are around 900 families right here in Paphos that go without even the most basic essentials such as water or electricity.
> DEC 14: PAPHOS FORUM......Cyprus excels in family welfare in this the most important humanitarian affair and leaves Britain shamefaced
> NOV 14: PAPHOS FORUM...... It would be quite nonsensical to buy a UK TV licence to watch iPlayer live in Cyprus, unless you wish to donate even more money for the BBC to squander.
> NOV 14: PAPHOS FORUM......Protect yourself, ask questions, ask to see exam qualification certificates, don't rely on such comments as 'referrals are my qualification.' (Yes, I've heard that one)
> NOV 14: PAPHOS PRESS......A Paphos based charity which is helping to feed hundreds of needy families in the district
> NOV 14: PAPHOS FORUM......I would never use the sea for "swimming". If I want to do swimming of any distance, then yes - always use the pool.
> NOV 14: PAPHOS FORUM......There is a big friendly expat community and there is always lots of social things going on
> NOV 14: PAPHOS FORUM......the Cypriots, who basically only dislike those British who come out here and give the impression Cyprus is still their "colony",
> OCT 14: CYPRUS PRESS......Paphos Mayor: He's been suspended from office, under orders from the Minister of Interior.
> OCT 14: PAPHOS FORUM......People are generally fed-up with with the whole system which everyone has known for a long time is rotten and corrupted
> OCT 14: PAPHOS FORUM......hate the UK
> OCT 14: CYPRUS FORUM...... we are considering opening a Swingers club (Yes...Swinger club!)
> OCT 14: CYPRUS PRESS......Tala cemetery refuses another (British) expat. “We were told by the mukhtar that the plots at the cemetery were only for local Cypriots. Although we said this is discrimination it didn’t make a difference,”
> OCT 14: PAPHOS FORUM......Last winter was mild. but it can sometimes be bitterly cold.
> OCT 14: PAPHOS FORUM......the only thing we really miss is the family
> OCT 14: PAPHOS FORUM......I have spent the last thirteen years on Cyprus during those months as I have never been off the island,
> OCT 14: PAPHOS FORUM......Not long after moving to Cyprus, I was left in no doubt by a young Cypriot guy, that the Brits are to blame for the success of the Turkish invasion,
> SEP 14: CYPRUS PRESS......a windfall day for the education ministry which received more than half a million euros in two donations to help provide free breakfasts to needy students.
> SEP 14: PAPHOS FORUM......I'm very happy here, but I'll never be Cypriot- I don't speak the language and will never be capable of fully integrating (or even be allowed to)
> AUG 14: PAPHOS FORUM......Too many incidents involving guns here in Cyprus now.
> AUG 14: CYPRUS PRESS......The associations of supermarket owners, restaurateurs and leisure operators (PASIKA) and fruit sellers have warned the state to clamp down on unlicensed street vendors and makeshift bars or else they will take action.
> JUL 14: PAPHOS FORUM......a new replacement part on my Fridge/Freezer which was fitted a few months ago, to which I'm now told only has a six month guarantee!!
> JUL 14: PAPHOS FORUM......we have been subjected to loud music being played during the day by a very very distant neighbour......The plus side is I can no longer hear the barking dogs
> JUN 14: PAPHOS FORUM......After doing some research on him and his background I discovered he wasn't very independent or qualified at all
> JUN 14: PAPHOS FORUM......apparently the prospect of buy one get one free in the closing down sale had the cream of the Paphos ex pat set fighting like starving dogs over a juicy bone
> JUN 14: PAPHOS FORUM......Cyprus has seen better days and it has definitely gone downhill in the past few years in every way.
> JUN 14: PAPHOS FORUM......My personal belief, for what it is worth, is that the North-South divide will not be sorted for many years
> JUN 14: PAPHOS FORUM......I'm under the impression that many if not all the hotels in CBay have high unpaid water/electric bills!
> JUN 14: PAPHOS FORUM......have a drink there if you fancy one, but I hope no one, especially tourists are fooled into thinking that it is safe to swim there.
> MAY 14: PAPHOS FORUM......In one coastal venue locals are charged €2.50 and tourists €3.50. (Beer)
> MAY 14: PAPHOS FORUM......Too many 'Kiosks', too many tacky 'Tourist Shops', too many of many other types of shops.
> MAY 14: CYPRUS PRESS......A British couple holidaying in Paphos were hospitalised after being electrocuted while using a Jacuzzi at their rented villa.
> MAY 14: PAPHOS FORUM......If you want to live in Cyprus and embrace the local culture you should stick to villages away from peyia.
> MAY 14: PAPHOS FORUM......one can never trust the Cypriot legal system to come up with a correct, logical decision.
> MAY 14: PAPHOS FORUM......We've all seen them. Wandering around the supermarkets dressed in just a bathing costume and flip-flops. With their beer bellies. Dripping sweat over everything.
> MAY 14: PAPHOS FORUM......If you're polite, courteous and friendly, most government departments will go out of their way to help you.
> MAY 14: PAPHOS FORUM......I must admit you do see a lot of miserable looking Brits in the shops and around town. Are they all Expats? The Brits that live on my apartment complex are always moaning about something!
> APR 14: PAPHOS FORUM......'The cheapest'' shouldn't be the benchmark for a good holiday! we had a walk through the old town - saturday afternoon 3pm- and it was dead! this is a real shame!
> APR 14: CYPRUS PRESS......Being a foreigner in any country has its challenges, particularly if language is a problem, but I do feel that more research is required rather than blaming the host country, particularly where transactions involving money are concerned.
> APR 14: PAPHOS FORUM......They do like to drive around the villages throwing the fireworks out of the car windows.
> APR 14: PAPHOS FORUM......It says that you should be in the UK if you play (the UK lottery) but I am trying to trick them by using a VPN line
> APR 14: CYPRUS FORUM......We have our sleep disturbed with cockerels, all hours, dogs most hours and assorted wildlife. So much so that we are contemplating a return to the UK.
> APR 14: PAPHOS FORUM......there is loads to do in Paphos...the beach doesn't cost much...bike hire, water sports, the waterpark, boat trips...and of the course the multi screen in the Mall
> APR 14: PAPHOS FORUM......Out on the balcony nice cup of filter coffee, sun is shining and the birds are singing-ahh.
> MAR 14: PAPHOS FORUM......It remains a pleasant place to live and the more you can integrate and accept things for the way are (and the way they are done) here, the better it becomes.
> MAR 14: PAPHOS FORUM......missing children and grand-children is one of the primary reasons people move back to the UK. Health reasons and the need for prolongued or intensive medical care is another.
> MAR 14: PAPHOS FORUM......We have never found any negativity from Cypriots. A different way of doing things.. yes. Things not happening for a while... yes. Driving, a bit scary... yes. But it is their country and they do it their way!! If that is a problem for you, then Cyprus is not for you.
> MAR 14: PAPHOS FORUM......Our neighbour likes to party til about 2 am or have noisy parties during the day. As they say they are on holiday.
> MAR 14: PAPHOS FORUM......We love Cypriot food but do sometimes have a yearning for Cornish Pasties, proper pork pies and, above all, custard tarts.
> MAR 14: PAPHOS FORUM......I am reliabilly informed that a bunch of expat pensioners from peyia were involved in a brawl on friday night.
> FEB 14: CYPRUS FORUM......Be careful about using British accountants as they tend to claim to know how things are done in Cyprus when most of them are clueless.
> FEB 14: PAPHOS FORUM......He also asked why over here there seemed to be an enormous number of rotund women (he didnt use rotund) who insist on wearing skinny clothes and having rolls on public view?
> FEB 14: PAPHOS FORUM......We have been away for five years and now settling back in. Happy to be back.
> FEB 14: PAPHOS FORUM......Hi has anyone went on a pool cleaning course in the paphos area?......You need to have previously been a binman, postman or milkman in Preston to qualify for a course on being a pool mechanic.
> JAN 14: PAPHOS FORUM......Having been back to UK for Christmas & New Year all I can say about UK TV is .....DIRE !!
> JAN 14: PAPHOS FORUM......Was told by a young friend of mine last night, that she had had here drink spiked on Bar Street last weekend, prior to getting there she had had 2 glasses of wine, here friends told her that she had had only a mouthful of her drink when she keeled over.
> JAN 14: PAPHOS FORUM......It is perhaps surprising that a greater proportion of Cypriots do not speak English fluently. I'm not saying that they should (that would be arrogant), I'm simply saying it's surprising that they don't,
> JAN 14: CYPRUS PRESS......Women in Peyia will start a monthly clean-up campaign this weekend to clear unsightly areas and raise awareness of littering within the municipality. They will spend Saturday morning clearing away piles of rubbish and litter discarded along country roads.
> JAN 14: PAPHOS FORUM......The rumours are typical of the mentality of Cyprus and I wish all could just appreciate and support your new mall - Well done Paphos.
> JAN 14: PAPHOS FORUM......Given a choice between paying a licence fee or having adverts spoiling my programmes, I'd go for the licence fee every time. Of course, being here in Cyprus I have the best of both worlds.
> JAN 14: PAPHOS FORUM......Returning to Paphos it looks third world. Potholed roads, shabby buildings.......There's more and more graffiti defacing buildings & signs. Numerous half finished buildings being left to rot.
> JAN 14: PAPHOS FORUM......The couple who look after my place have just been over to check everything is OK and found the builders across the road have an extension lead running into my garden and plugged into my house.
> JAN 14: PAPHOS FORUM......When we lived in Tala I missed 2 things ......my family and walking my dog along the river bank. Have been back 3 years now and have absolutely no regrets but I do miss our friends in Cyprus, the relaxed way of life and of course the sunshine.
> JAN 14: PAPHOS FORUM......We have just been asked by our Muktar for 50 Euros per head , when we asked what for he says its a charge for ''Living in the Village ''
> JAN 14: PAPHOS FORUM......we have noticed a change in all the shops now. Everyone seems to be smiling and very helpfull-excellent!
> DEC 13: PAPHOS FORUM......I once had a Customs officer (at Paphos Post Office) ask to open a parcel which I had just gone in to collect......The parcel contained a pocket Flip video camera which I had bought on Ebay. We got chatting about the camera, which then went on to other things, families, etc. Because we got on so well, she waived her entitlement to charge me import duty and VAT.
> DEC 13: PAPHOS FORUM......Cyprus is a great place to live, and once you reach a certain age (and that age differs for all of us) will continue to be a great place to live provided you have a partner, family and friends around you when health problems arise with more frequency as they inevitably will.
> DEC 13: PAPHOS FORUM......Surely that remit falls within Trading Standards (if such an organisation exists in Cyprus).
> DEC 13: PAPHOS FORUM......I believe Cyprus to be breaking EU regulations by allowing retailers to supply electrical appliances that are not fitted with a suitable plug for the country of sale. (but don't quote me on that)
> DEC 13: PAPHOS FORUM......Just having briefly mentioned in the village, load of firewod appeared! No knock on the door or "look what I've brought you'" No idea who, when but so grateful.
> DEC 13: PAPHOS FORUM......I made the change to cooking from scratch again using fresh produce which has mostly stuck. Apart from some ready stuff for the kids such as chicken dippers, pizzas, soups and some sauces.
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