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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...

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,...

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,...

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)

Fathom Travel embraces eudaimonia

“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone,” said Francisco, a Fathom Travel impact facilitator on board the M/V Adonia bound for the Dominican Republic.

Ten Highlights of Six Cyclades Islands

by Marc d'Entremont It is an undeniable cliché that the Cyclades Islands of Greece are firmly part of the great wonders of the world. Some...

Mount Olympus: playground for gods and mortals  

Home to Zeus and his family of gods, Mount Olympus is a range of 52 peaks with Mytikas at 2,918 meters (9,570 feet) the...

An essence of the sea

The sea has fascinated imagination since the beginning of human time. The sea figures significantly in the belief systems of cultures. Perhaps part of...

Savoring windmills in Greece

Of all the treasures in the fabled land of Greece red flags are rarely raised on the subject of saving utilitarian windmills. Yet the...

Honey: by appointment to Olympus

“Something new... honey ... perfumed with a flavor that drove the senses wild with pleasure. It seemed to Hera that when she took a...

Tarpon Springs Greek pride

Fifty-two young men of Tarpon Springs, Florida, identically clad in white T-shirt and shorts, had just sprung from boats into Spring Bayou. Following age-old...

Ten innovative Greek lodgings

The term lodgings denote more than one style of accommodation, and innovative is an artistic expression. Whether on business travel or a road trip...

Fort Roupel: Crossing a border

Fort Roupel, 1914, was in early planning stages along the mountainous border between Greece and Bulgaria when World War I erupted. In the mid-1930’s...

Tripping over history in Thessaloniki

“In Thessaloniki, we live our history.” Sofia Bournatzi Of course, that statement could almost be a cliché if it wasn’t applied to Thessaloniki. It has...

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