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Postby CBBB » Wed Apr 08, 2009 11:03 am

My son who is a FOREX dealer reckons sterling will be worse against the euro next week.
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Postby kurupetos » Wed Apr 08, 2009 11:10 am

"things to do in coral bay"
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Postby CBBB » Wed Apr 08, 2009 11:34 am

kurupetos wrote:"things to do in coral bay"


Why don't you look at the post before mine by Milti.
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Postby Z4 » Wed Apr 08, 2009 1:14 pm

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kurupetos wrote:"things to do in coral bay"


Why don't you look at the post before mine by Milti.


Coral Bay Beautiful Beaches!
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Postby miltiades » Wed Apr 08, 2009 2:24 pm

CBBB wrote:My son who is a FOREX dealer reckons sterling will be worse against the euro next week.

So is my daughter , does your son work in Limassol ?
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Re: Hello ;) HELP HELP HELP

Postby Louise Robinson » Wed Apr 08, 2009 3:23 pm

RichardB wrote:
jamiie wrote:Hiya me and my mate are going to coral bay for 2 weeks in a villa. Is there any night life at all there, and is there a shopping centre there, whats the beach like. We are going in July will we get a tan. Would we be aloud a beach party. In the Day is there anything for a 16 and 18 year old to do. Is it true you have to be 17 to drink cuz im 17 wen were there woot woot :) Do there have personal drivers aswell because i dont do public transport. Do they have water parks with Life guards. Do people speak english. Do hott People like good looking people live there. Please help cuz thats all were going for. Thank you... :) Lovee Kayley And Jamiie xoxoxox ;):P :)[b]


A' No its raining

B'No you must be 18

c'No just taxis

d' No greek is the only languge

e'No only pensioners

f' No Sorry you sink or swim on your own



RichardB - Well it's no wonder that holiday makers get a bad view of the area with people like you around. You seem to have a very jaded view of a very nice area.

Jamiie - July will be lovely and hot so no worries about the tan.
The beaches are lovely, there are local shops, bars and restaurants in Coral Bay aimed at tourists and supermarkets in the surrounding villages of Pegeia and Chloraka.
The local bars offer both karaoqe and live acts.
I believe that the drinking age is 17 but in all honesty unless you look 12 you'll be fine.
Yes most people speak English as well as Greek, infact something like 95% of the popluation.
Yes 2 waterparks, 1 in Pafos and 1 nearby in Limassol - not sure about life guards but would think so.
Buses are very cheap and regular but taxis will cost a fortune (there is a reason they all drive Merc's).
The more elderly holiday makers do come to the Coral Bay area but tend only to come in the cooler months, not at the height of summer when you will be here.
Re Hot People - you'll have to decide but we're not all muppets!
Enjoy your holiday.
In short it's a damn sight better than RichardB's run down, grotty blackpool.
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Re: Hello ;) HELP HELP HELP

Postby Z4 » Wed Apr 08, 2009 3:27 pm

Louise Robinson wrote:
RichardB wrote:
jamiie wrote:Hiya me and my mate are going to coral bay for 2 weeks in a villa. Is there any night life at all there, and is there a shopping centre there, whats the beach like. We are going in July will we get a tan. Would we be aloud a beach party. In the Day is there anything for a 16 and 18 year old to do. Is it true you have to be 17 to drink cuz im 17 wen were there woot woot :) Do there have personal drivers aswell because i dont do public transport. Do they have water parks with Life guards. Do people speak english. Do hott People like good looking people live there. Please help cuz thats all were going for. Thank you... :) Lovee Kayley And Jamiie xoxoxox ;):P :)[b]


A' No its raining

B'No you must be 18

c'No just taxis

d' No greek is the only languge

e'No only pensioners

f' No Sorry you sink or swim on your own



RichardB - Well it's no wonder that holiday makers get a bad view of the area with people like you around. You seem to have a very jaded view of a very nice area.

Jamiie - July will be lovely and hot so no worries about the tan.
The beaches are lovely, there are local shops, bars and restaurants in Coral Bay aimed at tourists and supermarkets in the surrounding villages of Pegeia and Chloraka.
The local bars offer both karaoqe and live acts.
I believe that the drinking age is 17 but in all honesty unless you look 12 you'll be fine.
Yes most people speak English as well as Greek, infact something like 95% of the popluation.
Yes 2 waterparks, 1 in Pafos and 1 nearby in Limassol - not sure about life guards but would think so.
Buses are very cheap and regular but taxis will cost a fortune (there is a reason they all drive Merc's).
The more elderly holiday makers do come to the Coral Bay area but tend only to come in the cooler months, not at the height of summer when you will be here.
Re Hot People - you'll have to decide but we're not all muppets!
Enjoy your holiday.
In short it's a damn sight better than RichardB's run down, grotty blackpool.


RichB, loving it. Great humour. Too many questions there! Is, was, when, why, how, is, why, is, how, when and why? :lol:
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Re: Hello ;) HELP HELP HELP

Postby CBBB » Wed Apr 08, 2009 3:31 pm

Z4 wrote:
Louise Robinson wrote:
RichardB wrote:
jamiie wrote:Hiya me and my mate are going to coral bay for 2 weeks in a villa. Is there any night life at all there, and is there a shopping centre there, whats the beach like. We are going in July will we get a tan. Would we be aloud a beach party. In the Day is there anything for a 16 and 18 year old to do. Is it true you have to be 17 to drink cuz im 17 wen were there woot woot :) Do there have personal drivers aswell because i dont do public transport. Do they have water parks with Life guards. Do people speak english. Do hott People like good looking people live there. Please help cuz thats all were going for. Thank you... :) Lovee Kayley And Jamiie xoxoxox ;):P :)[b]


A' No its raining

B'No you must be 18

c'No just taxis

d' No greek is the only languge

e'No only pensioners

f' No Sorry you sink or swim on your own



RichardB - Well it's no wonder that holiday makers get a bad view of the area with people like you around. You seem to have a very jaded view of a very nice area.

Jamiie - July will be lovely and hot so no worries about the tan.
The beaches are lovely, there are local shops, bars and restaurants in Coral Bay aimed at tourists and supermarkets in the surrounding villages of Pegeia and Chloraka.
The local bars offer both karaoqe and live acts.
I believe that the drinking age is 17 but in all honesty unless you look 12 you'll be fine.
Yes most people speak English as well as Greek, infact something like 95% of the popluation.
Yes 2 waterparks, 1 in Pafos and 1 nearby in Limassol - not sure about life guards but would think so.
Buses are very cheap and regular but taxis will cost a fortune (there is a reason they all drive Merc's).
The more elderly holiday makers do come to the Coral Bay area but tend only to come in the cooler months, not at the height of summer when you will be here.
Re Hot People - you'll have to decide but we're not all muppets!
Enjoy your holiday.
In short it's a damn sight better than RichardB's run down, grotty blackpool.


RichB, loving it. Great humour. Too many questions there! Is, was, when, why, how, is, why, is, how, when and why? :lol:


But I think Dick answered the questions in the correct order and gave accurate answers!
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Re: Hello ;) HELP HELP HELP

Postby Z4 » Wed Apr 08, 2009 3:37 pm

CBBB wrote:
Z4 wrote:
Louise Robinson wrote:
RichardB wrote:
jamiie wrote:Hiya me and my mate are going to coral bay for 2 weeks in a villa. Is there any night life at all there, and is there a shopping centre there, whats the beach like. We are going in July will we get a tan. Would we be aloud a beach party. In the Day is there anything for a 16 and 18 year old to do. Is it true you have to be 17 to drink cuz im 17 wen were there woot woot :) Do there have personal drivers aswell because i dont do public transport. Do they have water parks with Life guards. Do people speak english. Do hott People like good looking people live there. Please help cuz thats all were going for. Thank you... :) Lovee Kayley And Jamiie xoxoxox ;):P :)[b]


A' No its raining

B'No you must be 18

c'No just taxis

d' No greek is the only languge

e'No only pensioners

f' No Sorry you sink or swim on your own



RichardB - Well it's no wonder that holiday makers get a bad view of the area with people like you around. You seem to have a very jaded view of a very nice area.

Jamiie - July will be lovely and hot so no worries about the tan.
The beaches are lovely, there are local shops, bars and restaurants in Coral Bay aimed at tourists and supermarkets in the surrounding villages of Pegeia and Chloraka.
The local bars offer both karaoqe and live acts.
I believe that the drinking age is 17 but in all honesty unless you look 12 you'll be fine.
Yes most people speak English as well as Greek, infact something like 95% of the popluation.
Yes 2 waterparks, 1 in Pafos and 1 nearby in Limassol - not sure about life guards but would think so.
Buses are very cheap and regular but taxis will cost a fortune (there is a reason they all drive Merc's).
The more elderly holiday makers do come to the Coral Bay area but tend only to come in the cooler months, not at the height of summer when you will be here.
Re Hot People - you'll have to decide but we're not all muppets!
Enjoy your holiday.
In short it's a damn sight better than RichardB's run down, grotty blackpool.


RichB, loving it. Great humour. Too many questions there! Is, was, when, why, how, is, why, is, how, when and why? :lol:


But I think Dick answered the questions in the correct order and gave accurate answers!


Think so, what a stupid bloody question 'Do hott People like good looking people live there?' and the one about lifeguards....they made me smile anyway, thanks! :wink:
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Postby purdey » Wed Apr 08, 2009 4:02 pm

Good stuff people ! Not really into encouraging under age drinking though, and what are HOTT people ?
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