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Travel Blogs from Naoussa
... name is Sultana, a female variation of the name - "Sultan." She was most likely named after the last Sultan of the Ottomoan Dynasty when their reign ended in November 1922. It wasn't a bad run since its inception of 1299.
Sultana didn't want her picture taken because she's dressed in black and in mouring but not sure for whom she is mourning. Sultana introduced us to her daughter, Suzy, who was visiting from Crete.
Suzy is ...
... story well before I arrived. I heard over & over again when we arrived. Villagers stopped us in the street and recanted the story -- detail by detail.
His name was Fr. Constantine. Some say he was illiterate others say he was stubborn. One thing for sure is that he had a big heart. When a rich, childless Serbian couple came through the village in the late 1880's looking to adopt a son, Fr. Constantine offered them to ...
... for Kilini to bound a ferry for Zakynthos. I hope Shipwreck Bay, Smuggler's Cove and the giant sea turtles will be worth the 500km trip!
After a good night's sleep, back to Makedonia, but straght to the capital Thessaloniki this time to catch my flight back HOME!
Wish me luck!
The other day I went out for a beer with one of my Greek friends. I asked him about his thoughts about the EU's future, effectiveness and fate. As an answer, he brought up the case of the ancient association of greek city-states, the Delian-league. Then, the most powerfull of the city-states, Athens, swallowed the others in a couple of ...
My advisor teacher from home was here for a week so my teacher here in Greece took the opportunity to show us around, guided by some of his kind firends, who were familiar with the surroundings.
The pictures are mainly from the path that circles the hill of the Castle of Servia, and Velventos village and the waterfalls nearby.