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Entrepreneur in mind, soul and heart
Founder of Glossopolis

1 January 2017
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The Acheron River; Hell is not what it used to be! “Lost in Hell,-Persephone, Take her head upon your knee; Say to her, “My dear, my dear, It is not so dreadful here.” ― Edna St. Vincent Millay, Collected Poems Rarely visited by tourists, there is a place that our ancient ancestors used to describe ...

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Travel editor

10 October 2016
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No matter how many times I cross the Rio-Antirrio Bridge, I am always overwhelmed by the same feeling of euphoria, immediately followed by a sense of frustration… “When we want to we can perform miracles… but how rarely this consummate brilliance comes to light”. I drive around the bends of Paliovouna and observe Patra and ...

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Travel Blogger & Digital Nomad

9 September 2016
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There is a hidden gem in the Pindus mountains of Greece, experience of which can only really be described as walking into a fairytale; a charming spot in the middle of a green forest crossed by a crystal clear river and by night a playground for fireflies that come out and start dancing in between ...

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10 October 2015
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Someone who knows me, even a little, probably already knows that my favourite destination in Greece is Patmos, of course. My parents are the owners of Petra Hotel & Suites so I have been going to Patmos every summer since the age of two. I read somewhere that living on Patmos is a blessing and ...

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