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PostPosted: Thu Dec 31, 2015 2:09 pm 
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We spent Xmas in a Paphos Hotel this year (Capital Coast); Xmas day we went for a stroll
around Paphos, and spotted this sign at the castle end entrance to the marina at the harbor:-


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Obviously should have read 'unauthorised'.


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Yakflyer wrote:
Obviously should have read 'unauthorised'.


Quite! Something got lost in the translation.
We enjoyed Paphos, not been there for 10 years.
The Time-share touts seem to have gone - they used to be a real nuisance.
The King of the Tombs road is a shambles, hope it is finished before we come
next year.
Otherwise it seemed to be the same old Paphos, felt very British after our end of the Island.
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geoffreys wrote:
Yakflyer wrote:
Obviously should have read 'unauthorised'.


Quite! Something got lost in the translation.
We enjoyed Paphos, not been there for 10 years.
The Time-share touts seem to have gone - they used to be a real nuisance.
The King of the Tombs road is a shambles, hope it is finished before we come
next year.
Otherwise it seemed to be the same old Paphos, felt very British after our end of the Island.
Geoff.


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Quite! Something got lost in the translation.
We enjoyed Paphos, not been there for 10 years.
The Time-share touts seem to have gone - they used to be a real nuisance.
The King of the Tombs road is a shambles, hope it is finished before we come
next year.
Otherwise it seemed to be the same old Paphos, felt very British after our end of the Island.
Geoff.[/quote]

We knew how the time-share touts worked and a few years ago we went along with it for a few minutes.
Then told them we didn't need to go with them as we'd actually bought our own villa outright and walked away.
That saved someone else from being hounded briefly and we had a good laugh.

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