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Looking for place in Limassol

Postby nat » Wed Nov 23, 2005 6:44 pm

I am an Israeli male, 18,coming to Limassol in late December or early January looking for a room or flat cheap. Month-to-month, maximum three months. Purpose: to visit someone. My e-mail is [email protected]. Thanks.
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Postby dawn reynolds » Wed Nov 23, 2005 7:33 pm

I will be over on the 17th of December with my husband on a one way ticket!!. Our house has been ready since June this year, but we have been bucking up courage to take the leap, as to speak.
I know I will have to so something to keep myself happy, besides playing golf and going fishing that is, and was wondering how easy it is, or should I say not, to get a part time job?
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Postby nat » Wed Nov 23, 2005 9:08 pm

well..i had to know someone i could try looking around and asking friends myself once i set foot there...and in winter you will pretty much find a part time job to start with...but the more time you work and prove urself u will get more options.....say do you think you can effort to let me sleep in a room for a pay for one month or two? just one thing...im planing on arriving on december the 13th now..
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Postby cyprusgrump » Thu Nov 24, 2005 8:59 am

dawn reynolds wrote:I will be over on the 17th of December with my husband on a one way ticket!!. Our house has been ready since June this year, but we have been bucking up courage to take the leap, as to speak.
I know I will have to so something to keep myself happy, besides playing golf and going fishing that is, and was wondering how easy it is, or should I say not, to get a part time job?

Congratulations – I do hope you are not disappointed by our winter weather! :?

Where are you moving to?
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Postby dawn reynolds » Thu Nov 24, 2005 11:08 am

To Kato paphos, and cannot wait, I have been over for the last two winters, so I know how cold it can be!
I do wonder if there is an element of becoming board when the sun is not out, what so you do in those months?
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Postby Svetlana » Thu Nov 24, 2005 11:38 am

Dear Dawn

To while away the Winter days: in my case I work - and work!
There is a danger of catching expat-itus here; many foreigners get bored and drink too much!

Getting work is not easy, partciularly in the Winter when there are fewer tourists - but there is a great deal of charity work to be done, animals, Cancer, children in local hospitals etc.

I go to a Chrstmas Dinner each year, where we all take two presents; then someone dresses up as 'Santa' and takes them to the children's wards of the General Hopsital here. Two weeks ago, I was involved in a Charity event for disabled Cypriot Servicemen and their families.

There is also voluntry work with the various animal charities; a great way of making good friends - you can also talk to the humans as well !!!!

Its getting the balance right between relaxing and keeping the mind/body active.

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Postby dawn reynolds » Thu Nov 24, 2005 11:55 am

Sounds good, I work for a charity here, helping people finding personal carers and assistants, I also love animals and would like to bring my two cats over with me but have been told its not a good idea!, have you any views on that?
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Postby dawn reynolds » Thu Nov 24, 2005 12:08 pm

To Kato paphos, and cannot wait, I have been over for the last two winters, so I know how cold it can be!
I do wonder if there is an element of becoming board when the sun is not out, what so you do in those months?
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Postby Svetlana » Thu Nov 24, 2005 1:39 pm

Hi Dawn

It's up to you; if you will miss them dearly, bring them - though it is not cheap. However, there are thousands of stray cats/dogs who need loving homes.

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Postby dawn reynolds » Thu Nov 24, 2005 2:01 pm

I was led to believe that cats were not looked upon as pets in Cyprus and that it would be mad for me to bring them over!.
I thought that it was now pretty easy to transport cats and that it did not cost much as you are allowed to quarantine them at home?
I would value your responce
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