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The written word

A group of keen writers in Paphos meet weekly to discuss writing in all its forms and have had a fair degree of success finds BEJAY BROWNE

 

In a quiet corner of Paphos every Thursday morning people of all ages and from different backgrounds gather to discuss the written word. And while this seemingly small time group may not have created many waves, its individual writers have racked up an impressive amount of success.

A total of 17 authors from the Paphos Writers Group have had their work published, some even making it on to the Amazon best sellers list, and all credit the group with providing support, knowledge and the will to continue.

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Understanding human design

It’s a bit like astrology, it’s a bit like Kabbalah, and a bit like I Ching. It is also extremely accurate finds ALIX NORMAN intrigued by a system that shows how to approach life

 

As I arrive at Chalice Earth, Al is sketching a human silhouette on the whiteboard. With great precision, he adds nine boxes – some squares, some triangular – and a number of arcane squiggles, many of which I recognise as symbols of the zodiac. He’s about to give a lecture, and this is my formal introduction to the subject of human design. 

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Restaurant review: Fiji, Ayia Napa

Miraculously, I enjoyed a new taste sensation in Ayia Napa this week. It was new for me anyway. I’m flummoxed to how I failed to notice that top notch Polynesian cuisine has been served in the resort since 2003. I blame the location, but more on that in a moment.

So, my friends, for the first time ever in this column we are off to the South Seas. 

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Bar review: Café Mercedes, Nicosia

Feeling obliged to take some foreign colleagues out for drinks towards the end of their stay led me to choosing Café Mercedes for a number of reasons. I had asked them whether they wanted trendy or laid-back, although I fearfully knew the answer would be trendy. Wanting to go somewhere I had never been before but not wanting to be too far from the local laid-back bars like Brewfellas and the Weaving Mill, I chose Café Mercedes for our excursion.

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