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Piraeus city break

When in Greece, do like the Greeks, so you definitely need to go for a seafood dinner by the sea!

Don’t think that this is only possible on the islands! 76 more words

Getting Around

Spiral Brooches - Greek

I’ve been on a bit of a Greek thing lately, but for good reason: the current reign here in Calontir is Greek-themed.  As a result of this kind of inspiration (which, lots of Greek things influenced the Romans which influenced the Byzantines who were Roman but spoke a lot more Greek in an official context.  299 more words


Greek-Stuffed Chicken

You know those get-to-know you questions about deserted islands?  Something along the lines of:  if you were trapped on a deserted island, and can have only three things with you, what would they be?   590 more words


Rufinus, Epigram II (Greek Anthology = 5.12)

“Let’s bathe, Prodicus, and put on our crowns of wreathes,

and grabbing hold of bigger cups, we’ll drink life to the lees.

Short is life for those rejoicing, and old age hinders fun, 138 more words


Rufinus, Epigram I (Greek Anthology = 5.9)

I, Rufinus, wish my sweetest Elpis much happiness, if indeed you can be happy without me. Oh, by your eyes! I no longer approve of this solitude-loving, single-couch separation from you! 90 more words


Address by George Michalakis to Parliament: Greek word - Philotimo

George Michalakis: Address by Democratic Alliance Member of the NCOP, during the Heritage Day Debate, on ‘Let’s build a heritage we can be proud of’ (18/09/2014) 1,008 more words

George Michalakis

The Pomegranate

The Pomegranate

The pomegranate is a reddish-yellow fruit native to semitropical Asia. Slightly larger than an orange, it has a tough rind, juicy pulp, and many seeds. 115 more words