Cyprus Life – in pictures vs Fylde Coast Musings

Our new life in Cyprus began in early March 2004. Originally from a small mill town in Heywood, Lancashire (United Kingdom) we moved overseas spending a glorious 12 years in Limassol. Feel free to read my posts and view my many #photosofCyprus. However in 2016 we had to return permanently to UK due to family ill health. We're now living on the Fylde coast where the river Wyre meets the Irish sea in the north west of England. More places for us to discover as this part of the UK is not so familiar to us either.

Pachna Village, Limassol district: Walks with my Camera

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More photos can be found on: Pachna Village, Limassol district, a set on Flickr.

A selection of photos taken on 24 November 2012 in Pachna village, Limassol.

Pachna village location on a map of Cyprus (Limassol district)

More information on Pachna village

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Author: Fylde Coast Musings aka CyprusPictures

I'm "Shell" or Michele - formerly a UK Expat living in Cyprus since March 2004. Sadly, we had to return to UK in April 2016 due to family illness. We now live "over Wyre" where the "River meets the Sea" at Knott End on Sea, Fylde coast, Lancashire. If you like my photos, you can see more of them on Flickr (Thulborn-Chapman Photography): http://www.flickr.com/photos/cypruspictures/albums/ and don't forget to check me out on Twitter too - you can find me: @CyprusPictures aka Fylde Coast Musings Enjoy!

3 thoughts on “Pachna Village, Limassol district: Walks with my Camera

  1. Lovely shots – looks lovely and warm – is it still?

    • Thanks!
      As we were driving back down the mountain road near to Ay. Ambrosios village (lower down than Pachna) there’s one of those clocks that also displays the temperature and it was reading 20C as we passed it.
      Still pleasant again today with a light breeze.
      But in Cyprus from mid November to end of March you usually find it’s warmer to sit outside than inside.
      Cyprus properties are not noted for good insulation. The breeze blocks work like storage heaters in the summer but don’t keep any heat inside in the winter. 😦

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