April 29, 2017
Africa: The mother of deserts, saharas, and safaris. Vast and raw landscapes that go as far as the eye can see. Burning sunsets you will never ever forget. Its 54 sovereign countries make it the second largest geographically and second most populated continent in the world. Rich is its own…
December 31, 2016
2016, A year of Change. I am not so fond of looking back. Not that often, not out loud. Yet, I came across something that made me think it all over.
December 8, 2016
How to survive Cretan Nostalgia (A semi serious study on how to fight post Crete blues). Engines create strong acceleration, aerodynamic noise gets louder. How will I cope with this?
October 26, 2016
Bago Travel Bags: Daypack and Toiletry Bag review. This foldable, ultralight and waterproof daypack was a Godsend, great beach bag, city bag and for kids!
October 17, 2016
Rethymno for Families with Crete Urban Adventures: One of the most beautiful days in Crete, a tour of Rethymno, its history and its secrets with locals.
September 27, 2016
Want to travel more? How to beat travel seasonality. Here are some ways that will help you travel more, regardless of season restrictions.
September 19, 2016
It’s All Greek to Me: A book by John Mole about living life on a Greek island, which is not as idyllic as it might sound. (Book Review).
September 15, 2016
The best of Heraklion: the city museum, the pottery art of Thrapsano, Gavalas winery in Archanes, the Galaxy Hotel mingle with Minoan traditions of Crete.
September 11, 2016
The trip coming next is a desired return, a déjà vu. It’s Crete. It’s an itinerary from Kazantzakis to Daskalogiannis, it’s Crete at our own pace.
August 13, 2016
Italian Lakes: Orta the Alps meet Heaven* – This description is by the poet Robert Browning. Orta is, indeed, a heavenly day for a day trip with the family.
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