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A complete year of Greek life has also taught me a lot about traditions and superstitions that I started observing, fearing and putting into practice myself a little bit for fun, and another bit because... you never know! So let's add a touch of Greek luck to the end of the year!

A Touch of Greek Luck to End the Year

From Greece, Musings, My Crete

Greek Luck and Superstitions Greece is an amazing country, living here for a whole calendar year made experience incredible stories that (I keep promising to myself), sooner or later are bound to end up in a book. A complete year of Greek life also taught me a lot about traditions…

Cose da fare a Chania, la seconda città dell'isola di Creta, forse la più bella città di tutta la Grecia.

Cose da fare a Chania

In Italiano, Vivi Creta

Storie della mia Chania Chania, nota anche come La Canea, è la seconda città di Creta e una delle più belle città della Grecia (o almeno così dicono in molti). Oggi vi accompagno a fare un giro nelle strade della mia città per scoprire i suoi miti e le sue…

As part of our research for the Non-Traditional Christmas Guide of Crete, we discovered many things to do on the island, such as Rethymno wine tasting. (it.Vini di Creta: Klados. C'è una cantina a Rethymno che merita davvero una sosta. Si tratta di Klados, una piccola azienda vinicola a conduzione familiare)

Vini di Creta: Klados

In Italiano, Vivi Creta

Rethymno, un approccio boutique al vino locale Vini di Creta: Klados. Nella nostra recente ricerca di cose da fare a Creta durante il Natale, ci siamo presi due settimane per esplorare la regione di Rethymno. Laggiù abbiamo scoperto cose davvero interessanti da fare, ad esempio abbiamo imparato che è possibile…

Korcula Old Town

Korcula Island: A gem in the Adriatic sea

Blog, Croatia

Korcula Island: A gem in the Adriatic sea A fairytale kingdom exists on an island in the Adriatic. This Mediterranean island is home to a fortified, enchanting city that belongs to Croatia: Korcula. If you’ve already seen Dubrovnik, you will find Korcula Island is a condensed version of it. Yet,…

Ethical Travel: Why Do It?

Ethical Travel: Why Do It?

Bits & Pieces, Blog, Contribution Post, Inspiration

Ethical Travel: Why Do It? by Roxana Oliver Ethical Travel is a term that has entered the lexicon of the younger generation. And it is not a term which is difficult to define either. It is travel that’s culturally aware and mindful. It raises awareness about all the important cultural…

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