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?
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.
August 4, 2016
One easy thing to do in Athens is to jump on a ferryboat to reach its nearby Paradise: I booked a return ticket to Hydra and the magic carried me away.
July 16, 2016
Paxos and Antipaxos: Cruising the Ionian with Children. No Greek holiday is such without a cruise. Corfu and the beauties of the Ionian.
June 3, 2016
Ios Island, in Greece, has been on my wishes list for long. My birthday is here, let’s make this wish and hope for a trip to this Cycladic gem soon!
May 19, 2016
100 Days of Solitude is the book you would like to write. The one you will love to read. The literary critic sleeping in me would love to display her University diploma and prove it to you, with a deep analysis on how to write a book. I’d ask you to be attentive, to take down notes and learn. Because this is how you write a book.
April 5, 2016
I am often asked “Why do you travel?”. Lately I have been asked “Why do I want my kids to travel too?”. These are some reasons. Travel is the best school.
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