Today we took a bus tour up the Troodos Mountains. Was has been the highlight of the holiday so far.
I am still in Cyprus and having a great time.
And thanks for all the birthday messages on facebook and Twitter :).
Bad Education (BBC3 | 10:00pm to 10:30pm | Tuesday 1st October 2013)
School-based sitcom. Headmaster Mr Fraser has organised a special guest speaker for Drugs Awareness Day, much to Miss Gulliver’s annoyance. Alfie’s class is alarmed by the news that Stephen’s parents want him to leave Abbey Grove. Can Alfie persuade Stephen’s parents to let him stay or will his attraction to drugs councillor India threaten to jeopardise everything?
Dave Gorman: Modern Life is Goodish (Dave | 10:00pm to 11:00pm | Tuesday 1st October 2013)
Dave Gorman’s hilarious series of mischievous live performances, exclusive to Dave. Money is the root of all comedy as Dave considers our love of cash.
STV Appeal 2013 – The Highland Line (STV/HD | 8:00pm to 9:00pm | Wednesday 2nd October 2013)
Adventurer and world record breaking cyclist Mark Beaumont has set himself a new challenge, to raise money for the STV Appeal 2013. He has ditched the bike and must cover 230 miles of Scotland under his own steam in ten days. Following the Highland Fault Line from the west to the east coast, Mark has to swim 11 miles of open sea and cold lochs, run 219 miles over mountains and tough terrain, and face miles of unforgiving tarmac.
The Great British Year (BBC1/HD | 9:00pm to 10:00pm | Wednesday 2nd October 2013)
Documentary series showing Britain’s changing look over the course of a year. Starting on New Years Day, Britain is in the grip of winter. Time-lapses show a magical country shrouded in frost and mist swirling in hollows. Water becomes the enemy as it freezes, and the wildlife must cope. Red squirrels resort to subterfuge, and kites track a farmer ploughing to get at the worms beneath the frost. As winter fades, adders bask in the sun and the woodland floor erupts with snowdrops. On a lake in Wiltshire, new hope is captured in the evocative dance of the great crested grebe.
Grand Designs (Channel 4/HD | 9:00pm to 10:00pm | Wednesday 2nd October 2013)
There aren’t many people in Britain who can say they own their own airfield. But flying instructor Colin Mackinnon and his partner, hovercraft instructor and trapeze artist Marta Briongos, are part of the very select few. In fact, so important is the airfield to them, they’ve decided to live there too. Their ambitious plan is to build an incredible metal sculptural home next to the runway, designed by one of Scotland’s most eminent architects and inspired by aircraft hangars. But the difficulties of building their beautiful design soon become apparent: bespoke metal homes are hardly the norm in Scotland and finding people just to do the work proves tricky.
Waterloo Road (BBC1/HD | 8:00pm to 9:00pm | Thursday 3rd October 2013)
School-based drama. Lisa and Lenny Brown’s grandfather turns up out of the blue and risks splitting them up. Elsewhere, Christine is furious when she finds out George’s secret about his Mandarin abilities.
The Railway: First Great Western (Channel 5 | 8:00pm to 9:00pm | Thursday 3rd October 2013)
Documentary series following the staff of First Great Western, one of Britain’s largest train operating companies. On the day of Dawlish Air Show, a small, picturesque seaside station is brought to life by an influx of merry passengers. First Great Western lays on extra staff, more trains and different queuing systems to cope with the change. It is all hands on deck to ensure that passengers move away from the trains and platforms and safely onto the beach.
All TV guide information taken from DigiGuide — www.getdigiguide.tv/?p=1&r=15119.
Today we all went on a lazy day cruise on the Sea Star. Which also happens to be the boat my older brother Douglas and Lisa got married on last year :).
For more information about the cruise we went on. Check out www.paphosseacruises.com/crusies.asp?ID=4.
Here are photos from my first full day in Paphos, Cyprus :). It’s feels so great being back! Last time I was sure, I would never be back. Not knowing at the time. I would be going again. But for longer!
Oh and I got the t-shirt from Next. Just in case anyone wants to know!! 🙂
Not that long back in from a great afternoon looking around Stamford with my Mum and Dad! They picked me up at around 2:00pm. Then we went into Stamford, parking outside Homebase, since it’s free parking! Being Scottish, we are not going to pay to park the car, when we don’t have to!!
We then walked all the way up to Burghley House, which is a good 1 hour walk, from where we parked the car! I had some fun getting some photos.
Then we walked back into Stamford to get some food! We ended up going to the London Inn. Heard from a good number of people they do very good food also at good prices. Pleased to they they were not wrong!
After the meal, while walking back to the car. I got these photos of a Virgin hot air balloon over Stamford.
Once back home. It was time to walk the dog. Then watch some TV, while posting this!!
Would love to find his fit lad, wearing that extra hot Spider-Man suit. Cuffed to my bed or locked in a cage! Maybe to much info, but I don’t care! He’s HOT!!
So glad that the BBC iPlayer, now lets you download TV and radio programs. So busy right now downloading stuff to watch while flying out to flying to Cyprus tomorrow morning!
Just wish, I could take my 32″ TV with me to watch them! Oh well! Can’t have everything!