Out of this world

Last week I read an article about Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano, who became the first person to play a DJ set from space to clubbers back on Earth. He played music on board the International Space Station which was streamed live to a cruise ship full of partygoers in the Mediterranean Sea. Furthermore, not only was […]

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Pull the plug

I recently shared, that when Debs and I were in Cyprus recently, we visited the popular tourist attraction, `The `Adonis Baths`. [In Greek mythology Adonis was a man loved by Aphrodite] However, once we arrived, it not only cost 10 euros each to get in but the Baths were dirty, smelly and definitely not the […]

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Take my breath away

Whilst on holiday in Cyprus recently, Debs and I got to know a lovely Catholic Cypriot lady who had lived in the village of Lysos [where we were staying] for over 15 years. She owned the local café/supermarket with her husband and it was certainly the hub of the community. Her Godly personality was infectious […]

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The passion for the Christ

Last Sunday afternoon was a sports fest of the highest quality. For any sport loving person, it was certainly a day to remember as Djokovic and Federer `served up` a tennis treat in a five-set marathon at Wimbledon. And simultaneously, Lewis Hamilton speedily `moved through the gears` in an entertaining British Grand Prix at Silverstone […]

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A good innings

As many will know, the Cricket World Cup is taking place and thanks to Alan, I have taken a real interest in it. Words I never thought I would say but yes, `I’ve been watching the cricket`. And as with every sport it has its own language, phrases, puns, terms and abbreviations such as bowled, […]

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