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Giorgos Seferis

But to say what you want to say, you must create another language and nourish it for years and years with what you have loved, with what you have lost, with what you will never find again. 15 more words


An update on the Crisis - rape and pillage.

We are often asked by visitors and friends from abroad about what is happening here in Greece as regards the economic situation and related economic and social conditions and rather embarrassingly, the truth is that we don’t know! 1,524 more words


Wine - A Symbol For The Ancients

Wine is a widely affordable commodity in the modern world, and is enjoyed by the upper and lower classes alike. But this wasn’t always the case. 217 more words

The Friday Night Wine

It really is summer!

It is really summer now  and we are eating our own grapes from our terrace.  For those of us born and bred in the UK, this is seriously exciting! 1,662 more words


Greek Culture: Facts and Myths

The islands of Greece are a beautiful getaway for families, friends and couples from across the globe. A culmination of islands, beaches, architecture, tourist spots and finger licking Greek food, Greece is known not only for it’s beauty but also for it’s deep and rich history. 417 more words

Nikos Kazantzakis

I am a weak, ephemeral creature made of mud and dream. But I feel all the powers of the universe whirling within me. — Nikos Kazantzakis, … 9 more words


EU blues, summer hues and good times in paradise

People ask how the referendum result will affect us and I just say that I don’t know. And more worryingly, I don’t know that anybody knows what it is going to mean for individuals and communities in the UK. 1,308 more words