The Greek islands are all great. Not all are the same, but they have a singular uniformity in regard to their Dionysian energy. Similarities do exist, but they aren’t exactly identikit semi-detached houses in Regis. And even if the white washed houses of the Aegean give you the sense that they are identical, they… View Article
Greece is nothing if not romantic. The Dionysian energy and the bright Mediterranean light add an element of spirituality to the already spectacular natural beauty. The simplicity of island life and the charming architecture are an ideal backdrop to any event, but the Greek lifestyle and outlook are the real deal clinchers. The cost/value ratio… View Article
Spring time is that special time of the year where one starts waking up from the winter lethargy and the pheromones in the air start doing their thing. Spring time is also that time of the year when you dust of your training kit and begin working out to be ready for the summer season…. View Article
Easter in Greece is a special affair. It’s more important than Christmas, by far, and holds a special place in the heart of Greeks. It is imbued with an extra layer of spirituality and acceptance and there is definitely a more robust observance amongst even the younger Greeks. Starting on ‘Clean Monday’, the period of… View Article
Orthodox Easter is creeping up on us, and with it, our excitement is growing at the prospect of tasting some of that awesome magiritsa once again. The soup made out of lamb entrails, rice and lemon and egg is an absolute showstopper (or it may just be me and my prejudiced palate) round these dates…. View Article
Greece pretty much has the Med on lockdown during the summer months, and so it’s usual for people to overlook the natural charm that Greece exudes during the off season months.
Greece is blessed with a rich history, fantastic weather, great beaches, friendly people, excellent cuisine and landscapes varying from the mountainous to the watery kind.