Mykonos Windmills

Mykonos was our last overnight stop along our island hopping escapade, which began two weeks earlier on the large island of Crete. Sad, because there are so many beautiful and interesting islands to see. Two weeks through the Greek Islands simply just does not cover it. However, two weeks is [...] Read more »

Hotel Jason, Mykonos

hotel jason mykonos

Our stay at Hotel Jason was great. No complaints. The family that owns and operates Hotel Jason are wonderful. kind, helpful, accommodating and informative. Mykonos lodging is a little more expensive than many of the islands, but this applies to the entire island, not just one hotel. Our stay was [...] Read more »

Greek Islands

greek islands

Which islands to choose? There are so many. We made a valiant effort over two weeks to see as many as we could, however without sacrificing the enjoyment of spending the time to see what each one had to offer. Each island was unique, with a history and archeological finds [...] Read more »



For the obvious, picturesque iconic bright white with blue domed roofs image that dote the cover and ads of travel magazines – and location of the famous movie Summer Lovers that implanted the image for certain generations, it is Santorini. Located along what remains of the top of a volcanic rim jutting [...] Read more »


Daios cove crete greece

Meeting up with Miha in Athens after finishing her assignment in Cyprus, we flew together to Crete, where a car had been arranged through Manolis, Director of Sales at the new Gran Meliá Resort & Luxury Villas Daios Cove, just a little down the road from Agios Nikolaos, and brother [...] Read more »


Peering into Parthenon

Athens is impressive. For those whose who dig ancient history, vivid mythological stories and a myriad of bigger than life Gods, Athens will tantalize the imagination. As well, for those academics who enjoy the ambiance of university surroundings, there is a radiant energy in the streets below the Parthenon. Walking [...] Read more »