Crete ARCHIVE

7 July 2015
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Athens – the one and only – I make as many trips a year as possible, usually from Tel Aviv where I am based and I was most recently there in August. Because I have seen the major sites and museums, on this trip I focused more on getting to know some of Athens’ less ...

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Inventor

7 July 2015
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What I love the most is adventure and exploring. When I travel I always find myself searching for the hidden treasures which aren’t mentioned in the tourist maps. The sense of being in a place where few have been or doing something most people hasn’t done is very appealing to me. The summer of 2010 ...

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Professor of Hellenic Culture and Civilization in the Department of History at New York University.
President of the board of Piraeus University in Greece.

5 May 2015
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I’ve been to many places in Greece but the place I first went to, to which I always return whenever I can, is the village of Loutro-Sfakion, on the Southwest coast of Crete.

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Food & Drink Writer, Journalist, Presenter

2 February 2015
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There are so many memories. But I do have strong ones of a wonderful lunch on a strangely grey and cool day at Perigiali restaurant on Stegna Beach, Rhodes, where we ate pearly wrasse fish, cooked in garlic and vinegar, and raw sea urchin roe on toast, surrounded by dozens of tiny kittens, watching us imploringly, begging for scraps.

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