Fun Travel By Alexandra Gagan / November 4, 2014 We may be in Cyprus, but nothing beats a full English breakfast with pancakes and the hot sun beating down on your neck and the blue Mediterranean sea on the horizon. We were the first early bird customers in the Hilltop Bar and Restaurant and the owner welcomed us with such familiar warmth. After our hearty breakfast we headed down into the walled city of Famagusta, passing the sandy surfaces of Long Beach and the water project pipes which were lined up for miles on end. Once we hit Famagusta there was a wave of activity. From students armed with textbooks grabbing a quick coffee between lectures, to the beeping conversation of the inner city traffic. After hunting about all of Famagusta’s quaint boutiques, we indulged in one of the best tasting kebabs by the port. The homegrown plump tomatoes and fresh coriander complimented the tender lamb beautifully. Finally in true LNC tradition, it was off to the famous Roberts Coffee for a Turkish Dream in the midst of the rush-hour commuters. The atmosphere was brilliant and the service was second to none. To top it off we spent the evening with family and friends who live in Bogaz, and rounded the day off with a cold Efes. If you enjoyed this article then please support us by liking our Life North Cyprus Facebook page and follow us on [email protected]_Official for live news and pictures.