Crete ARCHIVE


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11 November 2016
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 A journey through the senses Chania is enthralling from the very first moment you set foot in the city. The scent of grilled fish, the sounds of clinking glasses full of raki, a local tipple, the flavor of their very own version of a cheese pie, the view to the lighthouse in the old harbor ...

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9 September 2016
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For the last two years the Marketing Greece team has been taking the readers of DiscoverGreece.com on a journey through all the wonderful Greek destinations. This summer was no exception as the site was once again full of articles and images of blue waters, sandy beaches, ideas for water sports and summer events on the ...

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Travel writer and freelance journalist

4 April 2016
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I feel like I live in the most beautiful place in the world. That is maybe one reason why after seven years of living in Greece, I am still awed by what I encounter on my journeys.  I love the green lush landscapes, the turquoise seas, the unique terrain and the incredible islands. Finally, it’s ...

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Anthropologist and traveller

3 March 2016
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I visited Crete for the first time on the five-day  trip that traditionally marks the end of one’s school years in Greece. In the craze of my youth back then, I remembered little of the island that was destined to become my second home since my partner back then who became my husband is Cretan. ...

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1 January 2016
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It rose from the sea on the command of Apollo himself, when the Argonauts were in peril crossing the Aegean Sea. Its name is Anafi. It’s a small Cycladic island, east of Santorini. A hospitable, little island with only one hamlet – Hora – and a harbor, Saint Nikolas. Your heart skips a beat with ...

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