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About lynnee8

I have travelled extensively both for business (I am a teacher and teacher-trainer of English as a Foreign Language) and pleasure. I have just come back from Pakistan where I lived for 4 years. I love Greece and have lived there for more than 10 years although not all at one time.

A quick trip along the Athenian Riviera

Last week the heat in Athens was almost unbearable, so when I was asked where I wanted to go to eat, I immediately said “Somewhere with a breeze and trees.” My friend knew the exact spot: Lazarou Taverna in Aghia … Continue reading

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Take a short tour of the Peloponnese

See Corinth, Mycenae and Nafplio in a day with Enjoy Tours Greece and Kostas If you have never been to Corinth or Mycenae or Nafplio, you are in for a treat! On the way to Corinth make sure you look … Continue reading

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Back to the Faris Hotel, Laconia

A few days before Easter, we went back to the Faris Hotel in Laconia, Peloponnese, Greece, to spend Easter there. One reason was that we had had such a good time there the year before.  However, I can always find … Continue reading

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Goodbye 2016!

Well, I can’t say that I’m not glad to see the back of 2016. For me, February was a particularly horrendous month. However, I got through it. How, eludes me! March was better and so was April. There were trips … Continue reading

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From Athens to the Peloponnese and back

This return trip from Athens to the Peloponnese is now a very familiar one. Sometimes, when the wind is blowing away from the road, we stop at Kineta, where the oil refinery belches out its acrid s… Source: From Athens … Continue reading

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From Athens to the Peloponnese and back

This return trip from Athens to the Peloponnese is now a very familiar one. Sometimes, when the wind is blowing away from the road, we stop at Kineta, where the oil refinery belches out its acrid smoke. We can’t take … Continue reading

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My own Athenian Ghost Story (Part 2)

You should really read Part 1 of this ghost story to understand it fully. The first part took place in Athens, at the Hotel Acropolis House, Kodrou 6, Plaka Athens. This part begins approximately ten years later, when I was … Continue reading

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