Born and raised in the beautiful but ugly island of Cyprus

Fluent in Greek and English (I wish i also spokeTurkish)

Single, at times happily so

A student of economics in London

Accountant by profession but not by nature nor blood

Diagnosed with psoriasis arthritis at the age of 33

Passionate about football, books, board games

Temporarily (hopefully) not passionate about video games

Enjoy sports, especially football, mountain biking and running but i had to give them up due to my arthritis. I snow boarded for 4 days and it is the only sport i enjoyed more than football

Arsenal and APOEL supporter

I don’t smoke

Most exotic place i ever visited – Siberia

Most scary holiday ever – Lebanon

Best summer of my life – Mykonos, 2002

I used to drink whiskey, wine, zivania (a local spirit), beer, gin & tonic, campari & soda, vodka but not any more

Now i drink Perrier with a slice of lemon

Organise fantasy style tournaments during the World Cup, Euro and the Premier League with friends

Hate watching and reading news in my country

Dislike small talk and most social events


Love filter coffee, Johny Cash, playing board games with friends, The Wire, reading a book next to a fireplace, waking up to the sound of waves at my uncle’s flat in Larnaca, my kindle, giving presents, compiling lists, blogging, a great burger with fries, salty snacks

Would like to travel, exercise and volunteer more

What’s important in life? My family, friends and health

Favorite quote at this time of my life is by Viktor E.Frank

“As each situation in life represents a challenge to man and presents a problem for him to solve, the question of the meaning of life may actually be reversed. Ultimately, man should not ask what the meaning of his life is, but rather he must recognize that it is he who is asked. In a word, each man is questioned by life; and he can only answer to life by answering for his own life; to life he can only respond by being responsible.

Live as if you were living already for the second time and as if you had acted the first time as wrongly as you are about to act now! It seems to me that there is nothing which would stimulate a man’s sense of responsibleness more than this maxim, which invites him to imagine first that the present is past and, second that the past may yet be changed and amended. Such a precept confronts him with life’s finiteness as well as the finality of what he makes out of both his life and himself.”


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