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Thursday, October 22, 2020

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Marc d’Entremont

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Tinos Island and its traditional food abundance

Tinos Island shimmers in the bright October sunlight as the Golden Blue Star Ferry approaches the port of Tinos Town. The marble and granite...

The shifting beauty of autumn on Andros Island

Autumn brings a shifting palate of light: silver and grays to Andros Island, the northern most of the Cyclades Archipelago, different from the bright...

Greek hospitality at Ermia Resorts, Bansko, Bulgaria

From Bulgaria’s Bansko ski and trekking center, the calm Aegean coastline of Halkidiki and the Cyclades Island of Paros, Ermia Resorts are havens of...

Travel ancient paths in Eastern Macedonia and Thrace

Xanthi, Drama, Kavala, Philippi: the names themselves are exotic and rightfully so. At the epicenter of three worlds – Asia, the Balkans and the...

Macedonian Front 1917: the marble fields of Greece

Three kingdoms bordering what would become the Macedonian Front were players in a grand game of thrones. The chess pieces were a generation of young men.

Thessaloniki Tourism honors Marc d’Entremont

It's an honor in itself to meet Olympic Gold Medalist Voula Patoulidou who's also Vice Governor of the Metropolitan Area of Thessaloniki & President...

An agnostic on the Holy Mountain Athos

What may seem an oxymoron, an agnostic recognizing the sacredness of Mt. Athos, is perfectly normal to me. I do not believe in a...

Croatia: coveted treasure of the Balkans

In 2017 Croatia is invaded not by empires but by golden hordes of tourists.

Welcome to Morocco

“Welcome to Morocco,” was the greeting not just from the front desk reception at hotels but from shopkeepers, people on the street, vendors in...

When unexpected kindness becomes the travel memory

We’ve all been there – that small panic when utterly lost, a sudden illness in a strange land or after 17 hours of hot,...

A day trip to Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay

The Argentine capital of Buenos Aires is fond of calling the Uruguayan city of Colonia del Sacramento their “48th barrio.” It’s not imperialism or...

The Rush and Throb of Buenos Aires

I fell in love with Buenos Aires walking among the people, eating in their cafes, listening to the street performers, wandering into their shops,...

Love at first bite at Athens To Kati Allo

It was the same for Jennifer Hoenig, “It was love at first bite,” describing her dinner at To Kati Allo when she first met...

In the Land of Kings: Treasures of Zimbabwe

According to Ian Hammer, the 4,000 to 6,000-year-old Zimbabwe cave art lavishly splashed across the smooth, curved rock as if a post-modern mural is...

A Cultural Tourism tour of Ireland

“The future of Irish tourism is promoting cultural tourism.” Mr. Jimmy Deenihan, Minister for Arts, Heritage & the Gaeltacht (2011 – 2014)

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