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There is a food revolution happening. It is louder, bigger, and more important that any other movement to date.

A Food Revolution for More Farmers More Food

There is a food revolution happening. It is louder, bigger, and more important that any other movement to date. Yet, most of us are not seeing this protest for what it is, mainly because we are disconnected to the very thing that keeps us alive. We see food as Styrofoam/plastic…

Behind us were rocks, bushes and an abandoned tiny beach house...spreading before us was the grand blue sea and golden sand...Pelion Decameron

Pelion Decameron Part Three, my buddy and my tribe

Behind us were rocks, bushes and an abandoned tiny beach house, and spreading before us was the grand blue sea and golden sand, scattered with umbrellas of every color. The next morning we settled ourselves in the car and started our journey to Drakeia. The way up to the village…

Or take a tour to Aria Spring via ancient trails and marble walkways from Filoti Village

Epic Hikes From Filoti Village to Mount Zeus Peak

Conquer the highest mountain of Cyclades (1004 m), hike, scramble and traverse Mount Zas with tour guide Mihailos Vasilakis, Giannakis Tours, Filoti Village, Naxos.  The mountain Zas (pronounced Za in ancient Greek), is on the island of Naxos and according to local lore, was the playground of a God and…

Then through Malaki, Kato Gatzea, and finally turning towards the mountain on the provincial route of Kala Nera – Milies Pelion.

Pelion Decameron Part Two – My family, and a friend

The old ticket house, the signs, the rails, they all stand out as timeless reminders of the analog era…carefree, yet with an appreciation, a deep respect even, for precious time in Pelion Milies. Part One of Maria’s travel story can be read here. Still August, still in Volos, Greece, still…

Pelion Greece, the sun was shining, not minuscule clouds offering a bit of shade, but a lovely palette of midday colours, vivid in my memory.

PELION DECAMERON: My ten days in Pelion, Greece

The sun was shining, no more minuscule clouds to offer a bit of shade, but a lovely palette of midday colours, so vivid in my memory now…in Pelion Greece             Summer 2020, a bit of an oxymoron if the circumstances in which we all found ourselves are considered. Being locked…

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