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Travel Blogger

7 July 2018
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What comes to your mind when you hear the word “Tinos”? Surely the island, the sea, maybe oblations or Virgin Mary of Tinos? How about dove cotes, food, surf? If Tinos is famous about something, well that has to be the Virgin Mary of Tinos. Mainly a religious destination, probably due to the fact that ...

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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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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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Travel Blogger

8 August 2016
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Lesvos is an island of many contradictions, plenty of colours and a plethora of different musical notes. Indeed, Lesvos has its own individual melody, its very own special song and unique poem to recite. And it goes a bit like this…   It’s the sound of the waves, the voices of the fishermen in the ...

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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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