Roddy Damalis, a world-known Cypriot chef, who first came to his native country only 20 years ago and fall in love with it. He publishes personal recipe-books in English, Greek and Russian, gives workshops, adores his customers and creates a new menu for “Ta Piatakia” listening to the chants.Continue reading
Inheriting the first mountain hotel in Cyprus, Nicos Mattheou and his family continue the traditions started by his great grandfather. The hotel has a remarkable history and guests to be spoken about and that makes the unique spirit of this place alive.Continue reading
Yiannis Karousos is a young and progressive mayor of the most visited city in Cyprus. Agya Napa is well-known among the European, Russian and Chinese tourists. Blue flagged resorts attract more and more investments from all over the world.Continue reading
15 minutes past 2pm and he enters the front door of the cafe with a bit of excuse and happiness on his face. That is when I knew he was doing something right and powerful for his native country and all those minutes were worth waiting. Constantinos Kyprianou aka Cotsios O Pikatillis is a famous DJ, architect, event producer, TEDx speaker and all in all he is an amazingly inspiring person.Continue reading
Being a unique athlete with a balanced body and mind way of training, he represents the Republic of Cyprus during all International competitions in air sports, breaks world’s record in skydiving, helps other athletes in finding their concentration point and adores his family.Continue reading
He has recovered many stolen art and antique masterpieces among which are ‘Adolescence’ by Salvador Dali, two bronze horse sculptures, by Josef Thorak, that flanked the door of Hitler’s Reichstag, 1300-year-old Peruvian artifacts, and now St. Mark’s mosaic stolen from the Kanakaria church in Cyprus in 1974 after the turks invasion. Arthur Brand, also known as ‘Indiana Jones of the art world’, is passionate about art history and is serious about keeping his word.
When you see so much energy and passion for life, you feel like that is the way things should go. Stay fit, stay open-minded and be truthful to yourself. Ray Woolley proves with his way of life and his personal records that all is possible.
Marios Kyriazis – a fourth generation medical doctor, a biomedical gerontologist, the Nobel Prize nominee, the Man of the Year (2017), author of more than 1000 articles, owner of the Kyriazis Medical Museum in Larnaca.
We met at the traditional mansion in the centre of Larnaca which is now occupied by the Kyriazis Medical Museum named by its owner. The white hall with colourful floor tiles leads from the entrance to the backyard. Dr Marios Kyriazis comes out from the second room on the right side and greets me with a handshake. The first things I see in the room are huge portraits.