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Cyprus in February


I have a habit of posting my travel posts while I am traveling. These photos waited patiently till this vacation for 3 long months. It was February, it was a cycling trip and it was lovely. It was my third in Cyprus, a country long stole  my heart. February and March are considered heaven for cyclist and that is so true. Today I want to share with you my cozy and comfy outfit I combined out of detailed I had with me to wear, practically I showed my combining everything in one look. I loved it.


I think only ootd is boring so here are some of the photos made in ruins around city of Limassol: Amathus, Kurion and Kolossi















And one more location. Lefkara Village. It is absolutely brilliant spot!
















See you around next time I post!




I was wearing:


 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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  1. What a beautiful travel destination! I'd love to visit here some day.

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  2. I’d love to visit those ruins one day. I love the history involved with countries that have been around so long like Cyprus. Great pictures. Another place to add to the list of destinations for when I hit the lottery.

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  3. I love this sporty outfit! And it looks like an incredible place to visit. It's wonderful that you have been able to see so many wonderful places.
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  4. So cool! I've never been to Cyprus before. It looks like such a neat area to explore.

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  5. That weather looks so perfect for traveling! I love your outfits

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  6. I've heard many great things about Cyprus. So beautiful and looks like you had a wonderful time.

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  7. You never really hear about anyone going to Cyprus in February but it looks amazing!

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  8. My Dad lived in Cyprus for a time - such a beautiful island

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  9. Such wonderful pictures. I'd love to visit Cyprus some day.

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  10. My dad was in Cyprus many years ago, in the summer, and he was struck by his natural beauty ... but he also seems to deserve historically.

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  11. Cyprus is in my bucket list and I do hope to do a slow tour, similar to yours where I can cycle and live like a local for few weeks.

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    1. Great idea! I loved the country so much more in similar fashion. I recommend coming off season for that, March or February is the best. Also if you fancy some sports events like marathons and Grand Fondo March is the time for you

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  12. Great outfit! And Cyprus looks like a really nice destination - not too far away from me either!

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  13. I love the ruins, so full of history. Everybody I know who has visited Cyprus have only words of praise for this country so I will add it to my future destinations for sure. Oh, an by the way, great outfit, especially love the vest!

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  14. I love the ruins, so full of history. Everybody I know who has visited Cyprus have only words of praise for this country so I will add it to my future destinations for sure. Oh, an by the way, great outfit, especially love the vest!

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  15. Wow Cyprus is beautiful. I love the ruins.

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  16. Nice post! If you like this type of constructions you might love Croatia, their history is mind blowing and the cities are so gorgeous that you will be able to explore and get loads of great pictures again too ;)

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    1. Yeah! it's in bucket list. also my other passion, sailing, is strong there!

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  17. Wow... this world is just filled with so much to see and so much to do and so damn much history! It's incredible to think about the people who lived full lives in these places before us and who'll do so long after we're gone...

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  18. Wow how historic looking. I have never been there but I think it would be a really neat experience. Btw, great photos!!

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  19. To see these ruins would be so cool. I love learning the history of places.

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  20. I have never visited but have heard amazing things! Looks like a great trip!

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  21. What a pretty and quaint place. I wish I could travel there, looks like a great place to take photos!

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  22. Cyprus sounds like a beautiful place to visit. You looks beautiful and chic in that outfit.

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  23. Cyprus looks like an amazing place to visit! I love your outfit it looks so comfy.

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  24. I've never been to Cyprus but it is definitely on my bucket list. The country is gorgeous and packed with culture and history.

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  25. Never been to Cyprus! It's such a beautiful place mixed with so much history and cultural heritage! Loved all your photos!! Some of the shots are just amazing!!

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  26. Oh my goodness, looks like it was a beautiful vacation. Thanks for sharing your pictures with us!

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  27. It would be nice to go one day. Looks like a beautiful place with a lot of history.

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  28. Your OOTD shots were not boring. The place does look lovely and it would be nice to see a combination of you in your OOTD against a wildly gorgeous background.

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  29. It definitely seems worth it to me! What a beautiful place it is! I’d love to visit someday in the future, perhaps when my children are a little older.

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  30. I have never been to Cyprus and I can say that this is a perfect destination getaway for my whole family.

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  31. Cyprus is such a great place to visit. I'll definitely go here one day with my family.

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  32. I love when people post about their travels! I thought about traveling to Cryprus but now I'm curious to see what else they have there!

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  33. Those ruins are beautiuflly scenic and some shots were worthy indeed! Anyway, I find your dressing just casual and nice enough for the short trip.

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  34. We've only been to Cyprus in the heat of the summer and it was too hot! Looks wonderfully isolated at this time of year!

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  35. This is my kind of adventure exploring historical landmarks and ruins! And the place looks so quaint and cozy.

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  36. Cypress has long been on my list to visit. It has such a rich history and I have always heard they preserve it very well. Those stone walkways and narrow streets remind me so much of Ostia (near Rome) - I can't wait to make it there.

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  37. i'd never been to Cyprus but i'd like to check it out. looks interesting!

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  38. I love reading travel related experiences. This one in Cyprus sounds interesting.

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  39. twinspirationalpartiesMay 23, 2019, 6:49:00 PM

    Great photos, such a great place.. And your outfit too. �� I wish I can wander in Cyprus someday. ��

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  40. What a lovely place to visit. My friend goes to Cyrpus every few months...I hear it is beautiful. Hope to see it someday.

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  41. This places looks so historic, I haven't been in Cyprus but it is obviously a great experience to be there

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  42. this looks like a truly amazing trip! i'd love to be able to travel but sadly right now i can't.

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  43. The place looks really nice. I hope I can go there too.

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  44. I have a friend who lives in Cyprus. It sounds like a nice place to visit and explore. So much to see!

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  45. Dang you got a lot of really nice photos. I have always wanted to see Cyprus.

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  46. It looks like it was a fantastic trip there. You look great and I love all the photos. Love seeing historical things up close and personal like this.

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  47. Amazing photos Lyosha, I always enjoy reading your post you seem like an always happy person,i trust u enjoyed your visit Cyprus is indeed a cool place with historical views I would love to visit their someday.

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