Lizzy 2018-02-16T17:54:59+00:00 February 14th, 2018|
You’ve just spent/ the most sun-soaked, luxurious, tastebud-tantalizing week on a Greek island, enjoying the peaceful coves, ancient temples, and vibrant restaurants, and coming home each evening to find your apartment pristine and inviting. Hosts
Lizzy 2017-11-17T14:00:29+00:00 November 17th, 2017|
Unfortunately lots of dogs and cats are getting poisoned on Aegina, although it's against the law and totally unhuman! Although local authorities are aware of this situation, too little has been done to stop these
Lizzy 2016-12-01T16:48:43+00:00 December 1st, 2016|
Aegina, which is one Greece’s Saronic Islands, is dubbed the Pistachio Island because of the numerous pistachio trees that you can see practically everywhere. This lovely island is also famous for its centuries-old Doric Temple
Greek TV cook Vasilis Kallidis did visit with his programme Nostimi Gi Aegina island last February. He cooked on various locations. The programme was broadcasted on Sunday 23th of March on Alpha Channel. On top
“Kleidona” in Homer meant something unknowable, but later on came to mean a form of divination. As a custom, it derives from ancient Greece and the wild Dionysiac festivals and it is mentioned in Byzantine
Greeks worldwide are preparing to celebrate their pascha or Greek Orthodox Easter. Considered the most important holiday on the Greek calendar, Orthodox Easter’s uniqueness lies more in the week leading up the event rather than the actual religious holiday.
During my beautiful, carefree, childhood years the preparations for the celebration of Easter began during the last week of the Carnival.
In our schools, every class, particularly the younger pupils, made The lady Lent on the Saturday (the school week was then six days!) before Cheese Fare Sunday! The materials were always the same, a sheet of cardboard, white on one side and grey on the other, a writing pad with its transparent pape r to copy the design, and some carbon paper for better results!