National Geographic : 1928 Jul
SNATCHING A LUNCH WHILE THE CARAVAN HALTS The workaday, but not the trotting, variety of the sturdy camel is used in many parts of Cyprus, particularly in the hills, to transport carobs, timber, and flour. It has been known in the island from at least 1340, but road improvement is gradually lessening its importance in the transportation scheme. PAPHOS BELIES THE MAGIC OF ITS NAME Though one pursues such aname across wide seas, the spot associated with St. Paul possesses not one contemporary hook onwhich tohang inspiration. "A small coasting boat, the Mayflower, smacked ofPuritan more than of Paul, and hercaptain, inEnglish, begged the photographer to 'shoot' " (see text, page43).