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Rising Artist Spotlight: John Karayiannis

One of the best things about the Eurovision Song Contest is that it exposes the world to a slew of new artists every year.

This year we were especially captivated by 21-year-old Cypriot singer/songwriter and musician John Karayiannis, who captured our hearts with his gorgeous entry “One Thing I Should Have Done”. 180 kata lagi


Not a bad place to rest your head

Coming to Cyprus was a last minute decision, and we were pretty dang lucky to find such an awesome hotel just minutes away from the beach. 48 kata lagi

UN Plans to Stay in Cyprus

According to the UN News Centre, the UN Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) will stay for another 6 months until January 31, 2016. The UNSC also welcomed continued negotiations between the Greek and Turkish Cypriots to reach a settlement on a buffer zone demarcation. 23 kata lagi

Two Sentence Politics

One Week in Ayia Napa: Day Four/Five


This was our designated ‘chill’ day, with no going out tonight and a lot of lounging around. We spent most of our time in the pool (poor us) and went out for a nice dinner that night. 227 kata lagi



Aquanaut’s log – 26.-28.07.2015:

“The fair wind blew, the white foam flew,
The furrow followed free.
We were the first who ever burst into that silent Sea” 1.059 kata lagi


There's one thing a bitterly divided Cyprus can agree on—halloumi cheese is special

Nothing brings people together like food and football—even the bitterly divided Cypriots, split between the Turkish-speaking north and Greek-speaking south since 1974.

A few months ago, officials from the Turkish Cypriot professional soccer association… 371 kata lagi