The Chronicler from Lysi writes about this month:

It was a good year. From the 26 May until 10 June we had much rain which flooded the fields of cotton. There were scandals in Nicosia and the icon was taken back to the monastery. ...

The American missionary Lorenzo Warriner Pease visited Alethrikon and Lefkara to look at a summer residence. He describes the place, the people and life conditions: 

Br. Thompson preached an exegesis of the 1 Thessalonians 5...

ADC to Sir Ronald Storrs Rupert Gunnis reflected on an adventure around Akamas:

No black ink! Started at 4.30am in Frangos boat first to the bath of Venus, as lovely as usual, then Ay Nicholas, Fontana Amorosa...

FH Guillemard in his diary:

[At Kykko] The mules haven’t come so I suppose the keradji must be away. Hope they will come tonight, for there is that about this place that is enough to make one cut one’s throat. The life these monks must lead...

Edith Belcher, wife of US Consul General, describes the orders of EOKA for passive resistance:

Iro came by this morning with much information about recent leaflets from EOKA. No more travelling. A complete boycott...

The American missionary Lorenzo Warriner Pease set out for Amathus:

At night we arrived at Mone and in the morning of the 30th we set out for Amathounta, leaving Pirgos to the right. We here examined the ruins of an ancient Greek church, and those of...

The American missionary Lorenzo Warriner Pease was on a tour of the island and found himself in Paphos:

A fest of Venus upon her rising from the sea. The people of Paphos formerly celebrated it with lascivious rites. Foreign men were invited in marriage...

It is interesting to see how the names of places were understood and written by the visitors. Johan David Akerblad, a Swedish orientalist and diplomat, kept a record of his visit to various places in Cyprus: 

Rupert Gunnis, ADC to Sir Ronald Storrs, fell under Cyprus spell:

To see the Arsenal. Found a model of Famagusta. Saw several churches, pious pilgrimage to St Salvatore and Catherine Cornaros tomb, even more pious...