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Seychelles amazing boutique aquarium

Seychelles’ amazing, boutique aquarium   By Glynn Burridge There are many kinds of aquarium dotted across the planet in which to enjoy different experiences of the underwater world. Some of these host impressive displays and spectacular species which are indeed … Continue reading

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Hafez poetry

  http://glynnburridge.com/blog/wp-admin/media-upload.php?post_id=562&type=image&TB_iframe=1   مزرع سبز فلک دیدم و داس ماه نو  I spied the spangled field of stars And the sickle of the moon   فکر از کشث خیش امد و هنگام درو  Thoughts turned to the harvest of my … Continue reading

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The boy at the window

    What seems like a very distant 50 years ago, a young boy stood for the very first time at the south-facing bedroom window of the Priston Mill farmhouse, gazing in wonder at the bucolic scene spread before him … Continue reading

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Weddings in Heaven

Romancing the Seychelles Islands       Sensual Seychelles haslong been dubbed ‘the islands of love’. Home to the unique Vallée de Mai purported by many to be the site of the original Garden of Eden, it is little wonder … Continue reading

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Glynn Burridge contributes foreword to Michael Adams Book: Island soul

Foreword: Michael Adams’ Souls By Glynn Burridge, author of ‘Voices’: Seychelles short stories and ‘Kolony’: a novel of the Seychelles.             From his exquisite collection of sketches, faces wearing half-forgotten yet instantly familiar expressions peer … Continue reading

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Air Routes to Seychelles experience an upsurge

    Upsurge in air routes connects Seychelles with new tourism markets by Glynn Burridge If one of the chief motors driving a successful tourism industry is successfully identifying a destination’s markets, then supplying airlift to those markets is also … Continue reading

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Seychelles: Nature’s last sanctuary

Seychelles: Nature’s last sanctuary by Glynn Burridge   The Seychelles Islands were first discovered by the brave Arab mariners of the 9th century B.C. who first began to chart the unknown waters of an ocean they called the ‘bahr al … Continue reading

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Poetry – Iran: Memories

Memories of Iran   You were sleeping the slumber of ages When I first saw you Behind virtue’s veil Folds caressed by zephyrs Of a golden past   I loved to watch you sleeping, then My innocence and yours Reposing … Continue reading

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Seychelles mindblowing cuisine

Seychelles – a taste of four continents By Glynn Burridge   If, as is often argued, a nation’s gastronomy is its most influential ambassador, then nothing can do greater credit to the Seychellois Creole culture than its divine cuisine. Seychelles … Continue reading

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