Rounding the peninsula of the Peloponnese, we had opted to head due East, rather than make the turn North heading to Athens. Our primary considerations for the next 6 weeks are the 7 guests arriving in 4 different increments. Since all our family and friends arriving should see, at a minimum, Athens- and most wantContinue reading “The Cyclades Islands (Milos, Folegandros, Thira)”
Monthly Archives: June 2022
Greece and Unesco
Correction: There are 18 UNESCO world Heritage sites in Greece as of 2021. The caves are still not on the list, however, there are far more than the 5 that I read about in my (clearly outdated) travel guide.
Lefkas, Nydri, Ithaca, Cephalonia, Zakynthos, Katakolo (Olympia), Kalamata, BWA Yacht Service, Olive Route Tours, and so long Kim, Steve and Missy…. After only a short 6 weeks in Greece, we have all fallen in love. It isn’t hard to see why, given that just mentioning the country evokes feelings of old-world charm, azure seas andContinue reading “Ionian Greece”