The Swedish archaeologist Alfred Westholm (known as Alfiros) often received visitors at Vouni:

Everyone who sees me tells me that I radiate physical strength and good health. I heard this most recently just earlier today...

Count Gabriele Capodilista, a gentleman from Padua, visited Cyprus and described how he and his company travelled around. His notes were edited by his friend Paolo Boncambio:

Friday, in the morning, their course...

The Rev. Daniel Clarke spent his last day on the island in Larnaca:

In the morning, two hours before sunrise, we set out for Larnaca. And having to cross a bridge, found it shaking so violently with the impetuosity of the water...

Lieutenant Donisthorpe Donne comments on refugees that arrived from Egypt due the rebellion of 1882: 

Limassol- Refugees were pouring in from Alexandria in numbers, every sailing and steam ship being full of...

Count Gabriele Capodilista from Padua visited Nicosia shortly after the death of queen Helena Paleologus (11 April 1458). He writes:

Sunday, 18 June, coasting along the island they passed Cape Gavata...

The Swedish archaeologist Alfred Westholm, sitting at Vouni, was reminiscing and thinking aloud: 

How strange it is to sit here alone, listening to their stories, often very peculiar and to understand how they perceive...

The pilgrim Bar’s kyj’s during his second visit in Cyprus visited the Monastery of Saint Mamas:

We paused in this monastery, as I have mentioned earlier, for a week and left on June 19 for the monastery of St. Mamas [ο Άγιος Μάμας του Μόρφου]...

Edith Belcher notes an interesting meeting with Eric Baker:

Eric Baker, a Quaker from England, here for lunch. We were impressed with him. Sensible, honest and sincere. Very intense looking man, with a definite John the Baptist glow but...

Fra Calepio gives an account of the siege of Famagusta in 1571:

On June 21 they fired the mine under the great tower of the Arsenal under the directions of Janpulad Bey: it shattered the wall, which was of great thickness...

George Jeffery on the issue of the alterations on Famagusta Gate by the British: 

Hon. C.S.,

The question is one of more of procedure than anything...

Lorenzo Warriner Pease, the American missionary, was in the vicinity of Larnaca:

We took dinner at the chiflick of the widow of Mr Hava, about an hour and a half from here. The gardens are very extensive. ...

The priest Denis Possot from Brie, while touring the island, found himself in Limassol:

Monday June 24, the feast of S. John Baptist, a fair was held at Nymesson. There came many horsemen...