Thursday, 6 September 2012

Kensington Cliffs

Fantastic site just West of the Akrotiri peninsula. The cliffs themselves were somewhat un-nerving, having no protection from the sheer drop of several hundred feet, but I crawled as close to the edge of the crumbly rocks as I dared, in temperatures of 38'C.
Unfortunately, there was no sign of the hoped-for roosting Griffon Vultures, but the incredibly close views of Eleanora's Falcons soaring and wheeling on the thermals were spectacular.

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