Lorenzo Warriner Pease went for a coffee:

I sat down at Mr Beraud’s magazine, when I was greatly amused in hearing him speak several languages. First English and Greek to me, then French and Italian, afterwards Turkish... 

The British traveller William Turner visited Paphos:

October 21. Therm. 86°. leros Kypos is supposed to have been the site of the gardens of Venus, whence it derives its name. There are no remains of antiquity in it, and it is now only a...

Heavy taxation and the demand for Enosis were the cause of events in the early evening of  21 October 1931. Sir Ronald Storrs, then Governor of Cyprus, described what happened in his Memoirs:

I was dressing for dinner when...

Consul General Taylor Belcher on a report to the Secretary of State:

Announcement Harding’s resignation and replacement by Sir Hugh Foot greeted with reserved rejoicing by local  press. Weekly Greek language ‘’Alithia” gives a typical...

The British traveller William Turner visited the Kouklia area:

October 23. Therm. 92°. In the morning early I strolled about the ruins of Coukklia, among which I did not discover the remains of any considerable houses...

Alfred Westrholm to his mother:

Vouni is bustling with work. The most central portions of the palace are probably completed now and the railroad tracks are moved and altered as the various rooms are excavated. This week had brought...

 The American missionary Lorenzo Warriner Pease comments on the latest firman from the Sultan:

Yesterday, Mr Pierides and other Greeks put on the tarboosh, the emblem of subjection to the Porte. The firman commanded...

Rupert Gunnis noted in his diary:

Over to Kyrenia with H.E. and Lady Storrs. To see the Recreation Room I have given to the Police; they seem very pleased with it and use the gramophone every evening. N.C. Lanitis to tea... 

Edward Ives, a surgeon working in the East Indies, passed through Cyprus and spent the month of October on the island. He had read Alexander Drummond’s travelogue and used it as a guide while visiting:

 

English anthropologist Richard Pococke gives a short geographical and historical description of Cyprus:

The north part of the island of Cyprus is fifty miles from the Cilician shoar, which agrees with the account of the antients, who making a computation by...

Rupert Gunnis kept a meticulous diary throughout his years in Cyprus, perhaps a bit more detailed during the first years:

In the afternoon with Alexis to the Omeryeh mosque where I did some rubbings then or a walk...

Alfiros, one of the Swedish excavators of the Swedish Cyprus Archaeological Expedition, describes:

Just before his departure yesterday the Crown Prince came in here to the Institute for a last...