The Bean Shop sent an email to its customers explaining that it could no longer sell Cuban coffee through its site.“We were just a bit taken aback,” said owner Lorna Bruce.
“They told us that we had to either stop using Pay Pal or take the Cuban coffee off our website.
Clients I had matched had said if I wanted to do anything on my own they'd help me out so I managed to raise the money I needed.' Matchmaking pro: Ms Ward is now the owner of PMM and Associates , a professional luxury dating agency specialising in connecting elite singles, and charges clients ,000 for her personal matchmaking services Best of the best: 'When they pay the ,000 they are paying for me.
Nobody in this town has the experience that I have... If you want the best you have to pay more,' Ms Ward said'We have always advertised in high-end magazines to ensure a quality clientele,' Ms Ward said.
Cottsloe Beach This is one of the most popular beaches in western Australia and will be great for taking your date, if you go at sunset you’ll see stunning views and walking along the sandy beach will be a romantic way to get to know your date.
The clear water and gentle waves make it a brilliant spot for swimming and snorkelling so if you fancy a more active date, you could always spend the day here!
CONNECT WITH THE SCOTSMAN • Subscribe to our daily newsletter (requires registration) and get the latest news, sport and business headlines delivered to your inbox every morning• You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Google Customer Euan Livingston from Linlithgow bought half a kilo of Cuban Traquero coffee from the Bean Shop online in July for £10.
Sounds like a pretty great way to get to know someone!
The row comes as US President Barack Obama last week hailed a “new chapter” in US relations with Cuba, announcing moves to restore diplomatic and economic ties.
The measures will include the establishment of a US embassy in Havana and will see “efforts” made to lift the 54-year-old trade embargo which was created after Cuba came under Communist rule in the 1960s.
Gone is the Maloo – in its place a ‘96 Hilux ‘Surf’ – while the boom’s demise has also meant the sale of his beloved jetski and Kawasaki 450F.
His Qantas FF status downgraded to Silver, he finds positives in the ability to work in a Chang/Bintang singlet and the opportunity to ogle (from behind the safety of wraparound white Oakleys) the “talent” that was “so lacking” in Karratha.