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Peddling the Peloponnese – Hilltop fortresses and vineyard valleys

The Peloponnese is a leaf shaped peninsula hanging off the southwest coast of mainland Greece and is famous not only for many archeological remnants of a history that rivals Crete’s Minoan ages, but for its natural beauty from mountain tops … Continue reading

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Pinnacles of Peace

Greece’s economy is not the only thing on the rocks.   On a positive note, it can boast about one of its national treasures that is a UNESCO World Heritage site.  Meteora sits among a valley of natural rock formations and … Continue reading

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Delphi – A trip into the bellybutton of the world

The deeper we traveled into the center of mainland Greece, the more beautiful and serene it became.  Villages perched on hillsides had an ambience of wellbeing in spite of the ongoing financial crisis.   Perhaps it was the friendliness of the … Continue reading

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Hania – Photo Journal

Isn’t it always the way it goes – you travel the world over to see new things and ignore the possibilities in your own back yard.  And then you have visitors who want more than anything for you to show … Continue reading

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