Monthly Archives: July 2019
I walk along the quay of Kos, from the marina, where pretty yachts barely sway on the leash of the yacht, and under their sick sisters, stretched to the land with winches and put on slipways, tanned sailors tinker. I am going to the fortress itself, where a tourist train crawls under the arched bridge with passengers hooting with delight. Continue reading
The largest and most famous Greek island of Crete is also the southernmost European region. In general, the word “most” is often used when it comes to this fabulous island: the most distant from Greece, the most colorful, the most “changeable”, the most “Greek” – Crete carefully preserves the traditions of the past. Continue reading
Corfu is considered to be one of the most attractive islands of the Mediterranean. It is the northernmost island in the Ionian Sea and the closest to Italy is the point of Greece. Many conquerors wanted to rule over the amazing land of the Greek gods, and the great creators sang in their works the amazing beauty of the island.
Surviving the reigns of various conquerors of Corfu, they absorbed the traditions, lifestyle and diversity of cultures that at various times flourished on the island, and partially reached our days. Continue reading