It looks like Summer is finally here. The sun has decided to come out at last. Just as the schools break up too – normally its the other way round.
We’re now at the end of the first week of my Easter break from university, and I’ve really enjoyed the warm weather we’ve been having in Gloucestershire this week.
I went to a Greek social evening in Cirencester yesterday, the theme of which was “My Favourite Greek Holiday Destination“.
As I write today, we are only 26 days away from Christmas 2009; in a couple of weeks, radio stations accross the UK will start to play the same list of about 20 tracks – day after day after day.… Continue reading
As regular readers of this blog may know, I attend a Greek class on a Friday afternoon. From these classes, a group of locals all with interests in Greece and the Greek language recently got together to form a “Greek… Continue reading
For the last week, I have been working on re-designing the Greek version of my website… desigining it using WordPress, to bring it into line with the design of both the German part of the site and this part of… Continue reading
Καλημέρα! Έχει ληφθεί μου σε λίγους μήνες να εργάζονται έξω αλλά τώρα έχω το πρώτο μου blog γραπτή ενημέρωση στην Ελληνική γλώσσα! Δεν το έχω γραμμένο σε Ελληνικά πριν, γιατί δεν ήξερα τον κώδικα HTML που θα πρέπει να χρησιμοποιήσετε.
I have just been reading the Greek news and found that the National Meteorological Service is predicting that this weekend will see strong storms, snow on high ground and gale force winds in the open seas.
If you have read the page about my Greek lessons (click here to do so) then you will be aware that I have been designing a website for Linda, my Greek teacher who is also a member of the Corinium… Continue reading