I have read your accounts of day to day family life as an expat in Cyprus with considerable interest.My wife and I are having our third holiday there shortly and maybe this time we'll take the plunge and contemplate moving out.
We 'oldies' (wife & I) are spending our first Christmas in Cyprus, staying at our house in Paphos. We were wondering if we can get a Christmas Day meal (maybe Cypiat rather than UK) in a local restuarant. Any type of evening entertainment? What happens on New Years eve?John & Marion
As far as Holiday Newsletters, my opinion is: "It entirely depends..."Holiday newsletters can be a fantastic way to stay in touch if written in a MODEST and ENTERTAINING manner....However, waaaaaay too many holiday newsletters are far too conceited, boring and outright arrogant.I have a website that has some funny examples (both real and fiction) of holiday newsletters: http://www.funnyholidayletters.comFeel free to email me any funny examples you have with personally identifiable information blacked out:firstname.lastname@example.org
Sue you really encouraged me when I was working as a missinary in India. I had just started homedding and read about you in Cyprus and that encouraged me to keep going. So good to find you again and read the continuing story.Thank you so much
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