Monthly Archive: February 2009

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Statistics

I have to admit it, I am a sucker for statistics. It’s me who is always looking at how many website viewings there have been, how many new visitors etc. and so of course...

Cost of living and quality of life 0

Cost of living and quality of life

I see there are long discussions on all the local forums about the increasing cost of living here. Sad but true, that even in an ideal economic situation it would have been unrealistic of...

Looking ahead 0

Looking ahead

Back to property and discussions we were having in the office this morning about cost of living, expenses etc, tourism this year – you know, all the usual topics but all in the space...

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The bronze tower of Dassia

At last the mystery of the strange bronze tower on the main road at Dassia has been explained. With a poster on it telling us to protect the environment, and a very smart paved...

How times change 0

How times change

I know we often say this, but this morning being Sunday we thought we would have some breakfast at home and I asked Spiros if he wanted toast, bagel or muffin? With that, is...

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Beachcombing

As you can see from the precarious angle of these beach huts, Barbati beach has been badly hit by the recent strong storms. I love to walk on the beach after a storm to...

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Corfu breakfast

Decisions, decisions… Last week Susan very kindly gave me a jar of her home-made orange and citron marmalade – the very same citrons that she wrote about on this blog. I still haven’t decided...

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White Corfu

Now I have seen it all. I spend two weeks in wonderful sunshine on the beach in The Dominican Republic and from there it seems to be downhill all the way. Snow, slush and...

Corfu Recycling 0

Corfu Recycling

Corfu Recycling was founded in 2001 and is based at Temploni in the centre of Corfu. Its business is the recycling of ferrous and non-ferrous metals. It gathers, separates and processes over 9,000 tons...

Back to work 0

Back to work

Enough of sitting on the beach, time to get back to real life and whilst The Dominican Republic is fascinating, I definitely found my thoughts straying back to business and the coming season, and...