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Η ελπίδα έρχεται (Hope is coming).

These are exciting times in Paradise!

As political animals, we have of course been keeping a close eye on the election which took place here last weekend and whilst it was fairly clear from the off that SYRIZA would be the largest party, very few commentators were predicting the size of their win. 1,120 more words

Crete

Thessaloniki

It has been a cold, cloudy and wet January in Crete.

Added to that, we now have new doors and windows in our house and that process was a little stressful, given that it inevitably meant being exposed to the elements at times and the house gained a layer of dust. 1,534 more words

Crete

New Work - Displacement and Identity

Over the years my practice has focused on my cultural identity and heritage within a multidisciplinary context. My earlier works predominately explored the role of women within my family from a social, spiritual and domestic perspective. 137 more words

Art And Culture

Winter Wonderland!

Winter has come to Crete!

We should have known because there was snow on Thripti Mountain when Sheila and Rosie walked up to the village of the same name on Sunday. 555 more words

Crete

Greek Dinner Around the World January 15, 2015

Imagine a dinner party to celebrate Greek culture, cuisine, philosophy and heritage around the world with family, friends, and new friends. This is Greek Dinner Around the World on January 15th. 830 more words

Cultural Heritage

A year on

John wrote recently about his very enjoyable birthday, celebrated with our friends Auriol, Pete and their daughter, Helen. The birthday was only part of the fun. 1,564 more words

Crete

Σιγά, σιγά (slowly, slowly) - I don't think so!

As all you Blog followers will have noticed, it’s all been very quiet for a few weeks. The apparent inactivity does not however reflect the reality of our lives here as you will shortly learn, should the rumours regarding Sheila putting her virtual pen to paper, prove to be true! 990 more words

Crete