Post Tagged with: "Greece"

  • Athens University

    Athens from a different angle

      It’s that time of year, when families and friends gather around for feasting. So we thought we would introduce you to some of the delicious foodie delights of Greece. […]

  • The rain in Greece falls mainly on Koyan!

    The olive pickers of Kalamata

      Kalamata olives and oil are famous the world over and for good reason. We spent a weekend of sunshine and showers helping create some glorious greeny gold stuff.   […]

  • Caves within caves

    To hell and back

    The myth of Hades and the afterlife was born in the ancient Diros caves. Bold explorers that we are, we dared the ferryman to row us across their still waters… […]

  • Looking out across the caldera

    Sensational Santorini!

      The volcano that wiped out an entire civilisation and spawned the legend of Atlantis, has, fortunately for us,  left behind the most beautiful curved island, fringing its sunken crater. […]

  • Naxos town as seen from the Portara

    The gateway to Naxos

      Naxos is famous for its Portara and its marble. We had a lovely time, but have no special story to tell. Here’s some sunny snaps just for your enjoyment. […]

  • Ministry of seriously hard walks

    Ministry of seriously hard walks

      If you saw just how difficult this is to do in real life, you would never snigger again. Especially when you discover those shoe pompoms are hiding a dagger! […]