Fylde Coast Musings vs Cyprus Life – in pictures

Originally from a small mill town in Heywood, Lancashire (United Kingdom) we moved overseas at the beginning of March 2004 and spent the next glorious 12 years in Limassol, Cyprus. Sadly, in 2016 we had to return permanently to UK due to family ill health. We now live on the Fylde coast where the river Wyre meets the Irish sea just across from Fleetwood. More places to discover and capture on camera!

Zorbas CEO loves his dough

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Yes, it seems Costas Zorbas, the CEO of Zorbas bakeries across the island of Cyprus still loves to knead and bake bread and often pops into his bakeries to do just that!

I came across this excellent and insightful article by Theo Panayides this morning in the Cyprus-Mail online newspaper.

He asks some very pertinent questions such as: why do Zorbas bakeries often appear at the side of another bakery and why is there a lack of Cypriot staff in their shops?

Check out his replies.  Read on….

As for me, I love Zorbas cheese croissants – so Costas, “keep on baking”…..

Costas Zorbas, still kneading & baking – (Photo Christos Theodorides).

Author: Fylde Coast Musings aka CyprusPictures

I'm "Shell" or Michele - formerly a UK Expat living in Cyprus since March 2004. Sadly, we had to return to UK in April 2016 due to family illness. We now live "over Wyre" where the "River meets the Sea" at Knott End on Sea, Fylde coast, Lancashire. If you like my photos, you can see more of them on Flickr (Thulborn-Chapman Photography): http://www.flickr.com/photos/cypruspictures/albums/ and don't forget to check me out on Twitter too - you can find me: @CyprusPictures aka Fylde Coast Musings Enjoy!

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