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Travel Blogger

11 November 2017
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It is said that the journey begins the moment you start preparing for it. And that is a fact. You spread out the map across the dining table, then check out the Google versions; keep notes; calculate distances from A to B; make a note of towns and villages you intend to visit; collect ideas for ...

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Travel journalist

10 October 2017
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Tinos, right from the start I insist that it was the Virgin Mary who saved Tinos! For decades, in the collective consciousness of generations of modern Greeks, the island has long been associated with religion. And let us thank God for that. The full-scale touristic pilgrimage to pay homage to the Blessed Virgin has been ...

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Lawyer. Writer. Analyst. Sunny skeptic.

9 September 2017
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A 4-day road trip heading south from Athens down the length of one of the Peloponnese peninsulas and back up to the capital again, stopping off for something a little theatrical on the way. That was the plan, combining the chance to see more of this gorgeous country and catch up with a dear friend at the ...

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Journalist, radio producer (SPOR FM 94.6) & blogger

6 June 2017
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I’ve always said that if I had a magic lantern- you know, one of those you give a quick rub and a genie pops out ready to be your slave and grant you three wishes- I would know exactly what to ask for: To be able to travel whenever I liked, whenever I liked in ...

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Managing Director COLOSSOS S.A.

4 April 2017
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Authentic, hospitable and always full of experiences, Rhodes has rightfully won over the love and loyalty of thousands of tourists from all over the world. Its landscapes and coastline are enchanting, its history is enthralling and its cuisine reflects the fact that it has long been a crossroads between many cultures. As for its people, ...

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