Cyprus Stamps online

I am a collector of Cyprus stamps (Pre-Republic and Republic of Cyprus).

In addition, I buy and sell Cyprus First Day Covers and Postal History Items along with Turkish Cypriot stamps and covers from the Occupied areas of Northern Cyprus.

For more information and to see my available stock, please feel free to visit my website:
All stamp purchases are completed using PayPal secure payment system - we never see your payment details.

Also Cyprus Geological collectables (books, ophiolite specimens, maps etc) and other Cyprus collectable items - postcards, maps, breweriana and more...

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Sunday, August 29, 2010

Studying in the forest of Prodromos

How would you fancy taking your education here?

I came across a nice article in the online news version of the Cyprus Mail today.

TUCKED away in a corner of Prodromos is a colonial stone building with a beautifully-kept courtyard, neatly-cut grass dotted with bright pink flowers and towering pine trees. Situated 1,406 metres above sea level, the location suggests luxury hotel or quiet retreat. It is in fact a college – the Cyprus Forestry College – some of the graduates of which have been all over television screens in the past month gallantly battling a spate of summer forest fires.

Read the full article

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Balloon flight over Luxor, Egypt.

Some of you who know me personally may be aware that we are soon to go back for a few days to one of our favourite holiday destinations.

We're off to Luxor, Egypt and can't wait to get there!

We're going with 4 of our friends and me and my other half are most definitely taking a balloon flight over the West Bank (we hope, depending on the wind direction).

I found this article today and thought I would share it with you. There are some fabulous photographs of the sunrise over Luxor.

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Nigerian Scammers

Okay, so we all receive the phishing emails from Nigeria every so often offering us enormous amounts of money after the death of a rich relative.

We received such an email this morning but liked the fact the tack had changed somewhat.

Instead of wanting to give me cash from a long dead relative or to get payment for helping someone else release their funds, it seems this one is a computer analyst with a conscience!

This is the email I received today:

I am Miss Elizabeth Amama  Citizen of Ghana, a Computer Analyst with Central Bank of Nigeria. I am 28 years old, just started work with Central Bank of Nigeria. (C.B.N.) my dear,  I came across your payment file which was marked X and your fund release Hard Disk painted RED, I took my time to study it and found out that you have really attempted to receive it but the fund has not been release to you. The most annoying thing is that the directors and top officials of this nation cannot tell you the truth that on no account will they ever release the fund to you; instead they let you spend money unnecessarily. 

I swear with my life that I do not intend to work here all the days of my life, I can release this fund to you if you can certify me of my security and how I can run away from this Nigeria if I do this for you, I cannot run back to Ghana as they have all my information in Ghana, and if I don't run away from this country after I made the transfer to your bank account, I will be seriously in trouble and my life will be in danger 

The only thing I will need to release this fund is a special HARD DISK, we call it HD120 GIG. I will buy two of it, recopy your information, destroy the previous one, and punch the computer to reflect in your bank account within 24 banking hours. I will clean up the tracer and destroy your file, after which I will run away from here Nigeria to meet with you in your country if you are interested. But you must assure me the absolute confidentiality of this deal before I can do any further. 

Do get in touch with me immediately. 

You should reconfirm your current information as follows, 

Your Full Names:
Current Home Address:
Current Telephone Numbers for easy communication:
Active Bank Details where you want the fund to be transferred into:


Miss Elizabeth Amama
Computer Analyst
Central Bank of Nigeria  

From: Carine

Saturday, August 14, 2010

Temperatures up again in Cyprus

Temperatures set to rise to 40c again in Cyprus over the weekend!

But - the humidity will be lower than of late, phew that's a relief...

Read the rest of the item here: A scorcher of a weekend.

Sunday, August 8, 2010

Cyprus Stamps blogspots' NEW look!

You may have noticed some changes if you haven't visited us for a little while.......

If not, I would suggest a visit to your local optician. LOL

Now, you can "Follow" our blog and also add Cyprus Stamps to your facebook "Like" list. Check out the new options at the bottom of my blog posts and in the right hand column.

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