Superb weather – Doxa si o Theos 11 April

The hike of 11 April from Platania to Doxa si o Theos took place on a very clear day, in superb weather; participants were cheerful and conversations flowed both during the hike, as well as at the lunch table. Compliments to Yiannis for the photos. Join us on 18 April at Atalanti https://cyprus-strollers.org/activities-description/troodos-atalanti-4-april/

Hike to Doxa si o Theos moves to Sunday 11 April

Today’s (10 April) activity is moved to tomorrow, Sunday. All other conditions remain unchanged, incl. the Nicosia meeting point, which stays at the big church of tis Theou Sophias. The reason for the change is obvious, when you look at the weather forecast: rain today, with high probability, dry on Sunday https://weather.com/weather/hourbyhour/l/60e0b387504002b169d1f2a9fb6125b7181a36945d04a9fbcb95fa85c58e0114. Anyone wishing to participate on Sunday, please write to the walk leader, specifying if you are staying for lunch as well or not.

Impressionist impressions – 4 April

The stroll in Galata and Kakopetria on 4 April offered remarkable impressions, varying from the clear waters of Clarios river to the flowering fields, reminiscent of paintings by the impressionist Claude Monet. The club welcomed new members, who blended nicely with existing members and all enjoyed the treat of a rich meze meal after the walk. Compliments to Anna and Maria for the photos. Join us on 10 April at Platania https://cyprus-strollers.org/activities-description/platania-doxa-si-10-april/

Flowers galore – Trimiklini 27 March

The activity was conducted, in full compliance with government restrictions, with respect to covid-19. Participants were treated to the impeccable hospitality of Koula, our walk leader. A feast of flowers on our way marked the coming of Spring. Visit https://cyprus-strollers.org/activities-description/ to note the changes brought about to the program for April.

Hiking and Health Minister victims of lying Troodos trippers

The news has been widely circulated and commented. Day trippers to Troodos over the past two weekends had the almost sole purpose of taking photos of themselves on snow, as is a customary ‘sport’ among many city dwellers in Cyprus, when snow falls on Troodos. Caught by the police, they reported ‘hiking’ as the cause of their outing. This distortion forced the Minister of Health to ban hikes on the island’s nature trails on 27 Jan.

This Club can only abide by the rules, even when these are unjust. We hope the ban will be lifted soon. Until then, Club Members are urged to make use of city parks and seaside walks.