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A dander in the Dodecanese

Firstly, many apologies for a lack of Posts since August. This has resulted from a combination of laziness, visitors and an unscheduled trip to Scotland. Anyway, here we are at last but in view of the time period to be covered, this Post will mainly consist of photographs, together with some explanatory commentary. 567 more words

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Delphi Day Tour from Athens with Changi Recommends

If you’ve ever planned to head to Athens, you must have heard of Delphi. It’s essentially the “must do” day trip out of Athens. Delphi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site today, is arguably the most famous site out of Athens, home of the Oracle of Apollo and was revered as the center of the universe(where Heaven and Earth met) during ancient Greek times. 1,330 more words

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Greek International Woman Awards

The Greek International Woman awards are coming up on the 9th of December – such a fantastic opportunity and celebration of Greek woman. Very honored to be part of this with a nomination for the Social Responsibility award. 26 more words

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Greek Fest 2017

We had such a fun afternoon at the Atlanta Greek Fest.  “Opa!” for bhaklava, saganaki (that’s fried cheese, ya’ll), cathedral tours, dancing, and family time. 6 more words

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Nikos Kazantzakis

When shall I at last retire into solitude alone, without companions, without joy and without sorrow, with only the sacred certainty that all is a dream? 52 more words

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Odysseus Elytis

In the final analysis, roses are nothing but tears. Nothing but the whistle of the leaving train and the breach of a promise. Sorrow, too, is nothing but an evening leaning on April. 16 more words

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Summer in Kavousi

By the time we got back from the UK it was the middle of July and time for the next influx of summer visitors.

First up was daughter Rosie who came for a week as she put it, simply ‘to chill’! 1,122 more words

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