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A day in London

Today was a beautiful sunny day in London and I decided to head out and see a few photography exhibitions I found online. I walked along the Thames to westminster then onwards to the Natio If you are planing to buy a new electric car, can be very important that you check first the 20 […]

Whirling Dervish

We went to a Dervish show at the Hodjapasha Center, an old reovated bath house. In the bar area was a Sufi exhibition from which Phil grabed the statement about the moon that he twittered below. The visual impact of the dance itself is one of surealness and peace. it is as if they are […]

Rinse Rangers or Starship Troopers

We were living in a relative ignorant bliss during the week in Istanbul thinking we knew what crowds were after walking in Taksim on a Thursday night. That was until the perfect storm of 3 mega cruise ships and the weekend – Only then did we truely know what crowds looked like. Now I know […]

Greek Islands

Santorini Santorini is quite simply spectacular. Made by the remianents of a super volcano of which all that is left is the caldera (Greek for crater). The white washed villages perch on the cliff edge looking out over the crater and offer amazing sunsets. Each layer you can see in the side of the cliff […]

Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity is important because it protects all categories of data from theft and damage, from financial, health and labor records to web browsing records, the use of solutions from companies like Fortinet are crucial to protect all sorts of data. There’s no way the federal government could secure all of that in a year. In […]

Itinerary

20/09/09 – Santorini, Greece (08:00 Fly London>Santorini EasyJet) 24/09/09 – Mykinos, Greece (Boat Santorini>Mykinos) 26/09/09 – Kusudasi, Turkey (01:30 Boat Mykinos>Samos, 17:00 Boat Samos>Cusudasi) 27/09/09 – Troy and Gallipoli, Turkey 28/09/09 – Istanbul, Turkey 05/10/09 – Pamukkale, Turkey 06/10/09 – Selcuk, Turkey 07/10/09 – Fethiye, Turkey 09/10/09 – Antalya, Turkey 10/10/09 – Goreme, Turkey 12/10/09 […]

Afternoon Tea at the Dorchester

Heading to Afternoon tea at the Dorchester in just over an hour with Z and SYO. Christophe Michalak, pastry world-champion and Head Pastry Chef at The Dorchester’s sister property Hotel Plaza Athenee, Paris, is there till the end of the day to showcase his talents. On offer are ‘My Little Boat’, a chocolate sail on […]

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Kapow Krakow!

I flew to Krakow, Poland, on Friday night 21st August on my own. It had been booked out of frustration that I was not travelling my last summer in Europe (Phil either had no passport or could not leave the UK as would not be let back in!). Krakow was a really really (sadly) romantic […]

Iceland

Day 1 Tough first day. Diving in dry suit is not easy in the slightest. Second dive was far better. 150 m visibility through a crack between two continents. Spectacular. Above the surface is flat and featureless until the rift in crust that forms a sheer cliff face that goes all the way to the […]