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How to dye Easter eggs the way your granny used to

I just love the Greek custom of bumping eggs together, seeing who will crack the eggs of everyone in the family. The secret apparently is to choose one that’s smaller and darker than your opponent’s. 1,048 more words

April 16 @ I Corinthians 15-16

I Corinthians 15-16 (NLT)

Discover His heart: He promises a resurrected body for all who believe in Him

Over the past few years, the resurgence of vampires, zombies, occult books and movies has captivated the world, each giving a false depiction of the resurrected body. 542 more words

Daily Devotions

I Am Toula Portokalos

My Big Fat Greek Wedding was one of my favourite films growing up, and watching it for the first time in years has made me realise how similar Nigerian culture is to Greek. 381 more words

The Ramblings Of Tai The Fish

Kolyva- The Meal of Mourning

In one of the most famous Greek myths, Persephone, the daughter of Demeter (goddess of wheat and grains) was kidnapped by Hades and taken to the underworld. 198 more words


Coffee quest to the cradle of civilization

Thessaloniki. City on the sea, crowned with crumbling ruins, ancient ramparts looking out to the Aegean. On my extended weekend here in late March, I left planning and organization behind in Berlin and just wandered, soaking up sunrays and experiencing life with all senses. 568 more words

Berlin Nomad

Honey- The Nectar of The Gods

Traditionally, honey, along with petimezi (fruit syrup), were the mortal’s version of the Gods’ own nectar and ambrosia. Mere mortals were not allowed to have nectar and ambrosia, but they had their own nearly divine versions. 127 more words


Tourism in Greece

What type of tourist you are? how would you like to spend your holidays? Think Greece!

Weddings and meetings in Greece

Meetings_en (download pdf brochure) 38 more words

Destination Weddings