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WELCOME TO ATHENS GREECE!!

    By Sandra Elzie If you’re just joining us on this month’s visits to Italy, Turkey… and now Greece,  I hope you’ll take a few minutes to click on the link to read the first two articles.  Wouldn’t want you to miss anything! Like most of Europe, Athens, Greece is rich in history that […]

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WE’RE IN NAPLES, ITALY & EPHESUS, TURKEY !

      By:  Sandra Elzie I hope you were with us last weekend when we briefly visited Rome, Italy, but if not, you might want to take a couple of minutes and check out last week’s article.  This week I thought I’d start by telling you just a bit about our ship before we […]

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New Year’s Traditions

Traditions.  I think its safe to say that we all love them.  Certain times of the years, holidays, birthdays, anniversaries, we have traditions to hold onto and help us remember why we love those days and, sometimes, why they’re not that special. Events in our lives shape these traditions.  I use to make a popcorn […]

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Ancient Olympic Games by Sia Huff

I love watching the modern Olympic Games. For two weeks the world’s focus is on “friendly” competition that unites all of us. We root for our team, or we root for an individual who’s overcome great adversity to be a part of the Olympic experience. I have to admit I got teary-eyed watching Michael Phelps […]

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Mediterranean Lifestyle in Crete: Navigating Chania by Erin Salb

In my last blog I discussed the beauty of the beaches on Crete and especially one in particular, Kalathas, in Chania. The trademark of Chania, however, is not beaches such as Kalathas, but rather the harbor and surrounding Old Town. Imagine row after row of stonewashed white walls with brilliant blue rooftops and accents that […]

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Life in Crete: Beautiful Beaches and Baring Breasts

By: Erin Salb In my last blog, I mentioned having my toes in the sand and my feet in the sea…and hinted at baring my breasts.   Part of the appeal of the Greek islands is the call of the Mediterranean: crystal clear waters and endless stretches of beach. I also imagine for some the […]

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Turkey with author Anne Fraser

Welcome to Turkey   by Anne Fraser Hi, I’m Anne Fraser and I write Medical Romances for Harlequin Mills and Boon.  As someone who travels a lot and would go anywhere (and often do) at the drop of a hat, I was delighted to be given the opportunity to write a series of travel blogs for […]

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