Wednesday, January 2, 2013

A Limnian Tale – New Look for the New Year

As you may have noticed, I've kept my promise to continue to post the stories, recipes and taverna reviews from our last trip to Limnos in July and August this year (oops, I mean last year. Is it really 2013 already?) There's also still an epic entry to come for our two-day adventure in Scotland which I'm really looking forward to detailing here.

You may have also noticed that A Limnian Tale now has a new look. I felt the bright blue background was a little overpowering and wanted to give the blog a more subtle overall look, to give more emphasis to the photos and make reading a little easier. I've also categorised each post with labels so specific topics of interest can be found on the blog. Let us know what you think of the new layout – we would love to hear from you.

It's been almost six months since Tony and I returned to Melbourne and we already have hopes to go back to Limnos again some time in August. Our favourite Greek island is always on our minds and time spent there with my dad becomes more cherished every year. However, a trip to Greece for us this year depends very much on our financial situation. Having recently been made redundant from my full-time job as a graphic designer, I've chosen to try freelancing for a while which of course means an unreliable income. And with Tony already an expert in unreliable-income living, we both have to wait and see if we can afford to go back to Limnos this year. Even more incentive to make the back-log of stories from 2012 last as long as possible!

In the meantime, we hope you'll continue to follow our Limnian adventures, both past and those still to come, and if you have a story of your own to tell about the island we all love, or you just want to say "hi", please drop us a line in the comments section.

Happy New Year everyone and ευτυχισμένο τον καινούργιο χρόνο!

2 comments:

  1. Looking forward to your next exciting adventure!
    πρώτο χρονα!

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  2. Thank you for the comment Anon! The comment boxes have been going through a bit of a drought lately so your comment, albeit anonymous, is very much appreciated here. The next exciting adventure is on its way I promise...

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