Halkidiki

16 Jul 19
couchmagpie

Day 7: Bees, Breeze and randy waiters I realised after finishing Bridget Christie’s A Book for Her on the beach today that the title is a play on the title of her award-winning show A Bic For Her. I gave it back to Siggy, so she can swap it for another from the hotel’s collection. […]

16 Jul 19
The Night Watchman

Blog note. Jesus indicated that ‘fearful sights’ (various natural disasters) would occur leading up to the time known as the Tribulation and Great Tribulation (a combined seven year period of great destruction on earth). Although these types of things have occurred in the past for centuries and thousands of years, they could be identified as […]

16 Jul 19
EastWest Psyche

Greek is perhaps most celebrated for its islands. While popular vacation spots, each also represents a variant on Greek culture; it’s been said that there isn’t one Greek culture but many, with shared features but a good deal of distinction due to the country’s incredibly diverse landscape — with a certain measure of isolation as […]

16 Jul 19
Ed Andaya

I TURNED 55 last Saturday. But except for a few signs of slowing down both physically and mentally, it’s still not all that bad. If wisdom really comes with age, being 55 is really something to behold. As I’ve previously said, the most important thing to me now as I turn another year older is […]

15 Jul 19
greydinner2

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15 Jul 19
The Pappas Post

For the sixth consecutive year, a unique coastal race is scheduled to take place in Greece’s Halkidiki region that will bring runners and thrill-seekers to one of the most beautiful and historically-rich places on earth.  The sixth WAVE running race, which begins on July 27, follows a route along the water stretching from the coastal […]

14 Jul 19
Noticias Ultimas

Al menos siete personas murieron y más de 100 resultaron heridas luego de intensas tormentas eléctricas que azotaron el norte de Grecia, arrancando pinos altos y destruyendo casas en su paso, dijeron funcionarios el jueves. La zona afectada, Halkidiki, es una península con playas de arena que es popular entre los turistas. Tesalónica, la segunda […]

13 Jul 19
Gadabout!

So I compiled this list in the hope that as a visitor to my blog you’ll find activities and tours in your European holiday destination easy. Read more…

13 Jul 19
The Boglington Post (Incorporating The Pumpkin)

Warming warning: Latest data from NASA shows, 2019 has bust the 1.5 deg. C. target set by the Paris accord (now at 1.85 C) and could be headed for the upper 2 deg. C. limit or even more by next year. See below….   “I’ve known Jeff for 15 years. Terrific guy. He’s a lot […]

12 Jul 19
GREENGROUND IT

“Sunday is going to be a difficult day for Greece,” The Guardian said Nikolaou … The agency, Visit Halkidiki, posted on Twitter: “With all your support … social experiment by Livio Acerbo #greengroundit #travel #tours

12 Jul 19
Letters from Athens

One of the best things about living in Greece has always been its climate. Mild, sunny and dry, with a short winter and an absence of violent weather. Unfortunately, this has been gradually changing over the last few years, with more rain in the spring months, warm winds and a muggy atmosphere. Sand storms blowing in […]