Monthly Archives: July 2010

On the beach…

Is there anything better than spending a couple of hours of your working day away from the office, out in the fresh air, but still working? Today my job took me to a beach, to interview the RAF Kite Surfing team who are in Cyprus training. You could not wish to meet a nicer bunch…

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The corn seller

We have a new dog walk on our list, it’s a five minute drive from our house, along a bit of natural coastline, a few hundred yards from a tourist beach. As you drive towards the sea there’s a fruit stall and a family selling barbecued corn. The corn is cooked for you while you…

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I’ve been Habit-ed!

I’ve been a big fan of the Habit blog since I discovered it when we were in Canada. It’s an American based blog that features inspiring photos from guest contributors around the world with short descriptions of moments in their day. This month they’ve created a Flickr pool and are featuring photos from the pool…

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The English summer

I’m back in the UK, for what has ironically turned out to be the hottest weekend of the year so far, fortunately its still a good deal cooler than Cyprus! It’s been 4 months since we last visited, and I’ve been struck not only by how green everything is (which is ironic in a drought)…

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The woods are lovely, dark, and deep…

This afternoon we headed for the Troodos mountains, we were in some bad need of greenery and cooler temperatures. It was 37c when we left home on the coast and 30c when we reached the highest point on the island an hour later. 7c difference may not seem a lot, but with lots of shade…

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