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About The Greek Islands. There are many islands in Greece. They vary from the quiet and traditional to the modern high life oriented ones. Theye are basically categorised into groups
Alimnia Island Ownership and Public Access
The Ionian Sea and the Greek Islands
About Us - Who we are, and how we ended up creating this website
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The Greek Language and particularly the alphabet can be a bit tricky for tourists. But all you need is a few useful words and a bit of sign language and you'll get on fine.
Continue reading "The Greek Language - How to get by and say a few things"
We had a report back from a baker of Mrs. S Bishop's Cake that it was crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside (as in Armadillo). So after a quick review Mrs. S has changed the cooking temperature. Sorry to those who had an unsatisfactory cake.
The previous bloglet about Zakynthos Memories was not entirely correct. The link to the new page is actually here
I am starting to build in a new look to the website so don't be surprised if the background changes when navigating around. Hopefully all will be consistent in due course.
Try this to see...
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