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Postby rebel68 » Wed Feb 11, 2015 8:12 am

Good morning,

My name is Cristian Nitu and I am from Romania. I am licensed bartender and owner of a ambulant caffe , made on a Piaggio Ape (ex. http://www.berliner.de/artikel/espresso ... e-catering ). This „caffe mobile” is made by all European hygiene standards. It has two water tanks, sink, and refrigerator. It is equipped with professional Expresso machine, professional coffee grinder and a citrus juicer.
I intend to come to Cyprus to conduct my work there. Please tell me how is there the street trading legislation, where it is allowed this kind of trade and what are the cost of rent for public spaces.

Any additional information is welcomed.
Best regards,
Cristian
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Re: Emigration to Cyprus

Postby apc2010 » Thu Feb 12, 2015 3:24 am

Your first job should be is to check you can import here ...and if so whether you will incurr any import duties.....if the truck is up to EU standards the rest is fairly easy...
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Re: Emigration to Cyprus

Postby Get Real! » Thu Feb 12, 2015 3:47 am

Be it known to you that all over Cyprus exist the “street frappe girls” dressed in mini skirts and high heels looking just like hookers, who besides coffee also offer other services.

So that’s the kind of competition you’ll have to go up against…
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Re: Emigration to Cyprus

Postby apc2010 » Thu Feb 12, 2015 3:51 am

Get Real! wrote:Be it known to you that all over Cyprus exist the “street frappe girls” dressed in mini skirts and high heels looking just like hookers, who besides coffee also offer other services.

So that’s the kind of competition you’ll have to go up against…




I must go to the wrong coffee shops....
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Re: Emigration to Cyprus

Postby Get Real! » Thu Feb 12, 2015 3:53 am

apc2010 wrote:
Get Real! wrote:Be it known to you that all over Cyprus exist the “street frappe girls” dressed in mini skirts and high heels looking just like hookers, who besides coffee also offer other services.

So that’s the kind of competition you’ll have to go up against…

I must go to the wrong coffee shops....

How did you miss them... they're usually close to industrial areas and exit/entry points to the highways etc.
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Re: Emigration to Cyprus

Postby Oceanside50 » Thu Feb 12, 2015 5:15 am

These are the type of girls that GR is talking about .. Das it.. !!!

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Re: Emigration to Cyprus

Postby apc2010 » Thu Feb 12, 2015 11:04 am

Get Real! wrote:
apc2010 wrote:
Get Real! wrote:Be it known to you that all over Cyprus exist the “street frappe girls” dressed in mini skirts and high heels looking just like hookers, who besides coffee also offer other services.

So that’s the kind of competition you’ll have to go up against…

I must go to the wrong coffee shops....

How did you miss them... they're usually close to industrial areas and exit/entry points to the highways etc.




I bow to your knowledge ...

taken from an ex-pat site...


"Well its that time of year again, the small frappes boothes are reopening for business and being located wherever there is an opportunity.

They are all shapes and sizes but have noticed (as one does) they are being tended by some very attractive attandees, often with miniskirts or very short shorts, exposing their long legs to the winter elements. The skimpy tops they seem to wear certainly gets attention too.

I wonder what the frappe actually tastes like or if these attendees are in place only to take the attention of drivers.

I am concerned that in the cold weather these poor girls may get a chill."
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Re: Emigration to Cyprus

Postby CBBB » Thu Feb 12, 2015 2:45 pm

apc2010 wrote:
Get Real! wrote:
apc2010 wrote:
Get Real! wrote:Be it known to you that all over Cyprus exist the “street frappe girls” dressed in mini skirts and high heels looking just like hookers, who besides coffee also offer other services.

So that’s the kind of competition you’ll have to go up against…

I must go to the wrong coffee shops....

How did you miss them... they're usually close to industrial areas and exit/entry points to the highways etc.




I bow to your knowledge ...

taken from an ex-pat site...


"Well its that time of year again, the small frappes boothes are reopening for business and being located wherever there is an opportunity.

They are all shapes and sizes but have noticed (as one does) they are being tended by some very attractive attandees, often with miniskirts or very short shorts, exposing their long legs to the winter elements. The skimpy tops they seem to wear certainly gets attention too.

I wonder what the frappe actually tastes like or if these attendees are in place only to take the attention of drivers.

I am concerned that in the cold weather these poor girls may get a chill."


They must also be contortionists because those booths look rather cramped!
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Re: Emigration to Cyprus

Postby Cap » Thu Feb 12, 2015 5:14 pm

Get Real! wrote:Be it known to you that all over Cyprus exist the “street frappe girls” dressed in mini skirts and high heels looking just like hookers, who besides coffee also offer other services.

So that’s the kind of competition you’ll have to go up against…


Was wondering about that....
So it's not just in Paphos.
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Re: Emigration to Cyprus

Postby Kikapu » Thu Feb 12, 2015 6:35 pm

Get Real! wrote:
apc2010 wrote:
Get Real! wrote:Be it known to you that all over Cyprus exist the “street frappe girls” dressed in mini skirts and high heels looking just like hookers, who besides coffee also offer other services.

So that’s the kind of competition you’ll have to go up against…

I must go to the wrong coffee shops....

How did you miss them... they're usually close to industrial areas and exit/entry points to the highways etc.


GR, is this what you meant by these girls offering "other services"? :wink:
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