Blog Posts - Greece



Monalisa Chinda & Husband in Greece For Their White Wedding

Beautiful Nollywood actress and mother of one Monalisa Chinda, and her husband Victor Coker are in Greece for their white wedding ceremony which comes up on 1st of September. The couple got married few months ago traditionally in Port Harcourt. The p...
by Oh Zina on Aug 31, 2016

Sights and Sounds of the Greek, Zante Islands!

Greece is one of the top destinations in the Mediterranean, in part because so many of the Greek islands, as well as the cities and beaches of the mainland, offer different holidays to different types of holiday goers. Zante is the perfect holiday de...
by The Crazy Kitchen on Aug 30, 2016

Places to Visit in Greece Before You .. broke

 Mount Athos, Halkidhiki Far away from the rest of Macedonia and the whole world as well, there is a natural and spiritual paradise with a special glory and magnificence, namely the eastern peninsula of Halkidiki, Mount Athos (Agion Oros), the bay o...
by The true greek life on Aug 20, 2016

Music of ancient Greece

The music of ancient Greece was almost universally present in society, from marriages and funerals to religious ceremonies, theatre, folk music and the ballad-like reciting of epic poetry. It thus played an integral role in the lives of ancient Greek...
by The true greek life on Aug 10, 2016

The Unexpected Hideaways of Greece’s Salamina Island

There couldn’t be any place more off the beaten track than Greece’s Salamina Island when it comes to finding archaeological sites. Nothing is properly marked on maps so one must be an explorer and detective to find these unique well-hidden locati...
by EuropeUpClose.com on Aug 8, 2016

Alpha Estate Turtles Vineyard Syrah 2011 (Greece) - Wine Review

Tonight's wine is a lovely Syrah from Greece that's arriving in LCBO VINTAGES on Saturday, August 6th (and may already be on shelves at your local store today).Founded in 1997, Alpha Estate is a relatively young Greek winery located in a region that...

A hopeful comeback for endangered sea turtles and seals in Greece

Long term protection pays off in Greece and this year marked a preservation status improvement of the Caretta Caretta Sea Turtle and the Mediterranean Monk Seal in the global Red List of Threatened Species of the International Union for the Conservat...
by The Archaeology News Network on Aug 5, 2016

Greek teens discover Byzantine tomb in NW Greece

Two young Greeks discovered an ancient tomb near the region of Zagori in the Pindus mountains in Epirus, in northwestern Greece. Archaeologists were excited to find that the tomb had not been looted and they estimated that it dates back to the Byzant...
by The Archaeology News Network on Aug 5, 2016

Restoration work on Parthenon's west pediment approved

The Central Archaeological Council (KAS) approved on Wednesday two projects for the restoration of the upright marble slabs and background wall of the drum which form part of Parthenon’s western pediment. Section of the Parthenon's west pediment [...
by The Archaeology News Network on Aug 5, 2016

The Island of Thassos: Love at First Sight

Our family holiday is over. I told you we were going to Greece. We wanted a quiet, beautiful place. We got it. Actually, our expectations were totally beaten. My husband and I have visited Greece many times before and we know it is an enchanting coun...
by Simply Marina on Aug 4, 2016

The Island of Thassos – Love at First Sight

Our family holiday is over. I told you we were going to Greece. We wanted a quiet, beautiful place. We got it. Actually, our expectations were totally beaten. My husband and I have visited Greece many times before and we know it is an enchanting coun...
by Simply Marina on Aug 4, 2016

VINTAGES Release Aug. 6: Australia + Greece

The VINTAGES Release on August 6th will be on LCBO shelves this coming Saturday and features Australian wines for grilling and chilling as its main thematic. A small selection of Greek wines are featured in the mini-theme.Just 12 wines are included i...

The Travel Tester Favourite Blogs July 2016

The Travel Tester Discovers the Best Travel Tips and Stories from all Around the Internet! Here are our Favourite Reads from this Month You just finished reading The Travel Tester Favourite Blogs July 2016! Consider leaving a comment! Follow me al...
by The Travel Tester on Aug 1, 2016

Index

The Index now features hypertext connections. Simply click on any title below to read it.Though this listing serves, I think, a clear purpose, not every posting falls easily into the categories. One essay might equally be placed under literary theo...
by Poetry on the Loose on Aug 1, 2016

IMF admits disastrous love affair with the euro and apologises for the immolation of Greece

Comment: This is tragi-comedy. What this shows above anything else that the sheer stupidity of these people is beyond dispute. They were not informed?? Really? They're like spoilt children playing with people's lives. "Sorry, we destroyed a country a...
by INFRAKSHUN on Jul 30, 2016

Greece fails on tax incentives for home buyers

The tax incentives being offered in Greece today for the acquisition of a residential property are virtually zero, according to a recent analysis by the European Commission.
by TaxWorldWeb on Jul 27, 2016

Spinalonga Island, Crete, Greece

Spinalonga IslandRating: 4 out of 5Spinalonga is a small island near Elounda. Spinalonga has a long history due to its strategic location but up until the 1950s it was used as a leper colony and is also known as the leper island.Spinal...
by Citychiclifestyle on Jul 25, 2016

Food in Elounda, Crete

Food in EloundaElounda has some lovely authentic Greek restaurants and the food is home cooked and delicious. We managed to go to three that are easily accessible from Elounda town and have reviewed these below.  Taverna Leonidas Rating; 5...
by Citychiclifestyle on Jul 22, 2016

Why visit Elounda town in Crete?

Elounda townThis a truly charming rustic Greek town with many local souvenir shops and authentic restaurants. The town is a fishing port so you will find lots of fresh fish on the menus of all the restaurants. The town itself is quaint, quite an...
by Citychiclifestyle on Jul 21, 2016

The Lindos Look Book

Dragging out the summer wardrobe to find its all a little over worn, a size too small (none of us actually do a bikini diet anymore right?) or a tags-still-on regrettable buy… there’s no better excuse to go on a shopping spree.  Prio...
by Eppie on Jul 19, 2016


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