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Posted on 05 Oct 2017 | Category: Interviews
Barbara Westra is a woman from the Netherlands that decided to live in Crete, after visiting the beautiful Greek Island for 8 subsequent years. She has fallen in love with the people, the food, the nature… Barbara describes all the everyday-life elements and the way she perceives them, from her neighborhood to the local little shops, such as the bakery and the place where Cretan raki is distilled. Moreover, she presents her own - new - life and “Mandali”, her shop where Cretan products like olive oil, raki, local honey and artwork are sold.
Posted on 20 Sep 2017 | Category: Interviews
Franco Rampazzo is an Italian professor of Mathematical Analysis that launched his first book a few months ago. This novel has the title “Nasso” which is the Italian name for the famous Greek Island of Naxos. The plot is very interesting since it combines elements of WW2 history, music and natural images deriving from various Cycladic landscapes. Rampazzo not only fell in love with Naxos when he first visited it, but he was inspired so much by its beauty that wrote this book too.
Posted on 05 Jan 2017 | Category: Interviews
Ali Boyle, one of Greeka’s top members for many years now, has given us a lovely interview about photography, his inspirations and his love of Greece. An Englishman who fell for the Cycladic beauty of Paros, he is a frequent visitor of the island, where he also retains two villas to rent.
Posted on 07 Dec 2016 | Category: Interviews
Miltos Kormpoglou has already published two books inspired by his greatest loves, Greece and photography. The latest one, “Colorific Greece” was published recently by Asteropi Publications and has already caused a sensation both in Greece and abroad.
Posted on 24 Jun 2013 | Category: Interviews
When Christian Brechneff first stepped foot on Sifnos, in a time when there was no port on the island and a boat would go and pick up passengers from offshore, he was a 21-year old artist searching for inspiration. Since then, both him and the island have changed a lot...
Posted on 01 Aug 2011 | Category: Interviews
Kalikalos Alternative Holistic Holidays was created in 2001 by a group of Findhorn community members headed by Jock Millenson. This team introduced an affordable way of holidays where visitors can grasp numerous activities in a holistic environment.
Posted on 01 Jun 2011 | Category: Interviews
One of the most notable areas in Greece cultivating wine is Samos, which produces fine quality wines since the ancient times. The oldest citation refers to the Muscat grapes which grow to the mountainous vineyards in the northern part of the island.
Posted on 21 Apr 2011 | Category: Interviews
The Folklore Museum of Arachavi, in northern Corfu, is a deep and profound look to the cultural and historical background of the island. This folklore museum was inaugurated in October of 2008 in an exhibition building of 1,000 sq. m.
Posted on 02 Mar 2011 | Category: Interviews
She has traveled the entire world and then she chose this small rocky island to settle, Hydra. Alexis Averbuck seems to be the personalization of the wild independent spirit, an artist who was born in California and has spent most of her life traveling, until she found her own base in a lovely studio in Hydra.
Posted on 24 Feb 2011 | Category: Interviews
Hilary Paipeti moved to Corfu many years ago and since then she enjoys every day on this lovely Greek island. In fact, she has integrated well in the local community and offers her services for the welfare of the island: working in tourism, writing books about Corfu and publishing a local magazine.