Monthly Archives: July 2008

Formoz Festival 2008

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Markus, clearly pulling the wool over the eyes of his client in Seattle, chose the best weekend of live music on the island to return for a few days of business. It kicked off in fine style with an impromptu photo session with insane just-graduated […]

Fixie

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The wheels of steel One of my unguilty pleasures in the last two months has been the move to cycling to work. My estimation that the DEM office was the same distance from my house as Dell was slightly off, and a 30 minute walk […]

Mr. & Mrs. Hargreaves

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My sister is now called Eleanor Hargreaves – fancy that! Months of preparation, planning and preening – not mine, I might add – culminated in a quite, quite wonderful occasion, that would set a new standard if people started measuring these things (although based on […]

The Last Supper

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In the rush for the wedding, I was quite concerned that I would not be able to find time to really hang out with Ele before she dropped her Biddle nomenclature, but her calm planning meant that we were able to dine together on the […]

Summer Sport

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There is a moment in the year that marks, for me, the official start of the summer. Forget the calendars, throw out the science, it’s down to three things: A. The start of the Tour de France. B. Wimbledon. C. The British Grand Prix. That […]

Ele-vation

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Well, here I am back in my favourite blogging spot, Hong Kong airport, and it makes me realise that I have not been giving as much time of late to tapping away at the keyboard – or this keyboard at least. It’s probably quite dull […]