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Sun, sea and saving loggerheads: a complicated affair

Conservation projects are never easy: a combination of age-old traditions, excitable tourists and a general lack of environmental awareness, can all give conservationists a headache when thinking of innovative ways to save a species. 1,808 more words


Kefalonia: underground ravines & overarching nature greens

Sea water falls beneath the ground, travels a long distance underneath your feet only to reveal its crystal nature in secret caves, revolve windmills and set the scene for the mystique of rawing with mythological divine spirits. 1,822 more words

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Greece through my eyes

Hey you,

As I’m writing this I’m unfortunately not in Greece anymore, but sick at home.
As september is ending and autumn is really giving it a go, the flu season starts as well. 205 more words


Writing haikus: an exercise in simplicity and observation

Melissani Cave, Kefalonia

A few weeks ago I referred to a recorded talk which I’d found very inspiring. It was by John Paul Lederach who has many years’ experience in the area of conflict resolution. 314 more words


Greece Style Diary:

A couple of weeks ago I travelled to Greece for the first time, to visit the beautiful island of Kefalonia. As the filming cite for Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, my expectations of Kefalonia as the idyllic setting of Nicholas Cages love affair, with picturesque beaches and landscapes, were fulfilled! 145 more words


Karavomylos, Kefalonia, Greece

I returned to the rocky jetty before the sun had risen over the mountains. In the stillness of the morning air, the flat surface revealed a number of blennies and gobies in the shallow water. 201 more words

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