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4 Highlights from 4 Nights on Santorini, Greece

Despite its over-touristed nature and pricey reputation, Santorini was planted firmly on my Greece travel wish list; visions of its sheer cliffs, whitewashed villages, and sapphire-toned seas had occupied a corner of... Read More

Travel Post by That Backpacker on the 02-10-16


Worldwidekidsco: The Luxury Resort Childcare Experts

Worldwidekids (WWK) is a professional, international childcare provider company, that takes care of children between 4 months to 17 years of age the fun, safe, and educational way! WWK have four... Read More

Travel Post by My Beautiful Adventures on the 22-05-16


Chasing Sunsets in Santorini

Over the past few years, I’ve made a habit of visiting my egregious travel oversights. Amsterdam and Berlin got checked off; Japan and Hong Kong were added to my tally;... Read More

Travel Post by Adventurous Kate on the 10-05-16


The little-known Greek island of Paxos

Thanks for following and reading Overland Travel Adventures from Go, See, Write I first visited Paxos on a day-trip from Corfu when I was just 16. I never imagined that, years... Read More

Travel Post by Go See Write on the 16-10-15


Spirit Me To Spetses, Greece, An Island Filled With Blue

It was the kind of morning dreamy travelogues are made for. The cry of gulls and children’s chatter mingled with the distant ringing of bicycle and church bells. The sunlight threw... Read More

Travel Post by Inside the Travel Lab on the 21-09-15


An Unusual Find at The Acropolis Museum, Greece

When I first heard of the Acropolis, I was enchanted. When I first visited, I was less so. Hot, heavy-legged and hammered with a headache from a student inspired hangover, I’d... Read More

Travel Post by Inside the Travel Lab on the 17-08-15


Eat Like a Greek – A Complete Guide to the Cuisine of Zante

Have you been to Zante yet? If you haven’t you should definitely consider this magnificent Greek Island for your next holiday destination.There are many reasons to visit Zante this year and one... Read More

Travel Post by ThePlanetD on the 14-08-15


Four things I learned hostelling around the Balkans

It can be a little intimidating, sometimes, setting out for a destination you’ve never been to before. Exciting? That too, but I really didn’t know what I was getting myself in... Read More

Travel Post by The Indie Travel Podcast on the 13-08-15


AK Monthly Recap: July 2015

Oh, July 2015! You are going down in history! Could I have had any more fun this month?! Let’s not answer that. It was a very Balkan month. This month I continued... Read More

Travel Post by Adventurous Kate on the 07-08-15


Food, Glorious Greek Food!

The Home of Greek Food The hawkers yell, the metal shutters clatter and the salty scent of fresh sliced fish mingles with cinnamon, lobster tanks and the bloody entrails of hanging... Read More

Travel Post by Inside the Travel Lab on the 22-07-15


Is it Safe to Travel to Greece Right Now? Absolutely.

After spending time in Greece this summer, I’ve constantly been slammed by questions from travelers with one eye on their vacations and another on Greece’s financial crisis. Is it safe to... Read More

Travel Post by Adventurous Kate on the 21-07-15


Greece Lightening Storm!

On our travel club’s group tour to Greece we didn’t expect to experience an epic lightning storm like this one! After exploring the mainland for a few days, we boarded our... Read More

Travel Post by PhotoFly Travel Club on the 10-07-15


Greek Mythology and Astronomy

  Greece has been one of my dream destinations since I was a kid. Not because of their dreamy beaches, not the food, but because of the mythology. As a lover... Read More

Travel Post by Runaway Juno on the 26-06-15


Greek Island Hopping: Swimming off the boat!

We had an awesome adventure exploring Greece with our travel club in 2015 and can’t wait to plan another trip for next year. After a few days exploring the ancient ruins... Read More

Travel Post by PhotoFly Travel Club on the 05-06-15


Pic of the Week: On the Edge in Oia, Greece

A Solo Travel Society member shares this photo taken - literally - on the edge of the village of Oia on Santorini, Greece. The post Pic of the Week: On the... Read More

Travel Post by Solo Traveler on the 02-04-15


A Month on Syros, Greece: Ermoupoli, Finikas & a Lot of Blue

The Sounds of Syros It is the clanking of goat bells that I miss the most, the sound that greeted me in the late afternoon when I wandered outside for a... Read More

Travel Post by Legal Nomads on the 17-02-15


Photo Essay: Walking tracks in Paxos, Greece

With aqua blue waters, thousands of olive trees, and beautiful walking tracks in Paxos, the island is an amazing destination. We were fortunate enough to sail there via yacht earlier this... Read More

Travel Post by Four Jandals on the 02-11-14


Solo Travel Destination: Ionian Islands, Greece

This Solo Travel Society member proves that it is possible to explore the Ionian Islands without a car, while falling in love with the beauty of Greece. A new article has been... Read More

Travel Post by Solo Traveler on the 12-09-14


Bus from Athens airport to Preveza, Greece

After having no luck booking a bus online, we left it to chance. Arriving at Eleftherios Venizelos Airport in Athens at 11am, we eventually made it to Cleopatra Marina in Preveza as the sun was... Read More

Travel Post by Four Jandals on the 15-07-14


First Time In Athens: Acropolis Now?

Why the Acropolis might be the worst thing to visit on your first day in Athens, Greece. I There’s little to mark the birthplace of Western democracy. If it wasn’t for the rock-cut steps... Read More

Travel Post by Fevered Mutterings on the 05-05-14


Suffer Openly: Why Travel Should Be Miserable

Here’s a true story about the importance of misery. Ah, Crete! Fresh off the ferry from Athens, I’m weary but happy. I stagger down the gangplank. Thanks to an overabundance of... Read More

Travel Post by Fevered Mutterings on the 27-02-14


Day in Rhodes

Day in Rhodes You know the moment on holiday when you imagine what life would be like if you were always on holiday? If you could just up and leave... Read More

Travel Post by As We Travel on the 14-02-14


Solo Travel Destination: Santorini, Greece

Santorini turned out to be the perfect destination for this first-time solo traveler: safe, beautiful, friendly, and easy to navigate. A new article has been added to Solo Traveler ... Read More

Travel Post by Solo Traveler on the 11-02-14


Praying for Rain on Patmos

John M. Edwards plans to tour the cave where St. John wrote the Bible’s “Book of Revelations” on an idyllic Greek island called Patmos. . . . On the little-known island... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 12-01-14


The Greek Islands: Naxos

The trip notes given to me at the beginning of my Intrepid tour through the Greek Islands referred to the island of Naxos as “the largest and most fertile of the... Read More

Travel Post by A Dangerous Business on the 01-12-13


The Greek Islands: Ios

The Greek island of Ios is a bit of a strange one. The word I would use to describe how it looks would be “sparse”; perhaps even “rural.” And yet Ios... Read More

Travel Post by A Dangerous Business on the 26-11-13


Santorini Sunset Smackdown: Oia vs. Fira

People often say that the Greek Island of Santorini offers up some of the best sunsets in the world. And, as someone who can never see enough pretty sunsets, I was looking... Read More

Travel Post by A Dangerous Business on the 24-11-13


The Greek Islands: Santorini

Of all the Greek Islands — and there are thousands of them — Santorini is probably the one most people have heard of. And also probably the one that most people... Read More

Travel Post by A Dangerous Business on the 22-11-13


Delos: A Birthplace of Gods

As far as loyal and devoted husbands go, the Greek god Zeus was probably one of the worst. Perhaps it was the power that went to his head. Or maybe he... Read More

Travel Post by A Dangerous Business on the 19-11-13


Turkey Day in Turkiye

John M. Edwards, a Mayflower descendant, becomes a pilgrim in Turkey Originally I was going to write about haggling with friendly, but aggressive, Turkish merchants over carpets and kilims, amidst endless... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 18-11-13