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Frustration Mixed With Joy: My Traveling Experience on Greek Buses

By Andrew Tzembelicos The Greek government’s recent announcement of a cash infusion and modernization of the KTEL regional bus system should be welcomed by all...

How Can Airlines Make Travelers Feel Comfortable Again?

By Janet Bednarek The U.S. airline industry has generally faced two obstacles in enticing more people to fly: fear and fares. Before the novel coronavirus, few...

Why We Moved Back to Greece

By Katherine Ziogas Moving back to Greece is most Greek Americans dream. Especially if you had spent your childhood there. Memories of blue skies, blue...

Greece Sets an Example By Opening Up Its Underwater Cultural Heritage

By Kaitlyn Waters* As the dawn of the UN's Decade of Ocean Science, to be celebrated from 2021-2030, approaches, a recent policy change by the...

Eight-Year-Old “Greek Einstein” Dazzles German Teachers

By Paula Tsoni Eight-year-old Greek pupil Tasos Gerantidis has settled into his new school in Germany, just few months after he made headlines for his...
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Athens’ Acropolis Museum Prepares to Celebrate Eleventh Birthday

By Paula Tsoni The new Acropolis Museum in Athens celebrates 11 years of operation on Saturday, June 20, with reduced entry for everyone at 5...

Love, War and Intrigue in Nazi-Occupied Crete Take Center Stage in New Novel

By Paula Tsoni In his latest work of fiction, titled "Georgina," Scottish writer David Munro takes us through a fascinating story of heartache, romance and...

How We Made Crete Our Home

Having found Crete when coming for the first time to an All Inclusive in Hersonissos some 14 years ago we instantly fell in love with the island.

Erdogan Fans Flames by Threatening to Convert Hagia Sophia into Mosque

Michael Goodyear* Hagia Sophia, once Eastern Christianity's greatest cathedral, is undoubtedly one of the most important monuments in today's Istanbul. Steeped in Byzantine history, it served...

Busting a Myth in Greece: It’s Not All Easy Money and Leisurely Coffees

By Benjamin Wylie-Black* Following on from a recent article about the decision not to open our hotel in Crete for 2020, there was a small...

The Golden Age of Greek Science

By Evaggelos Vallianatos* What is a golden age? A golden age captures the best and greatest virtues of human achievements. These accomplishments, however, must have the...
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Was Helen Really to Blame for the Trojan War – or Just a Scapegoat?

By Jan Haywood* The legend of Troy is one of the oldest stories ever told, but it certainly reached a new audience through Wolfgang Petersen’s...

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