Monthly Archives: April 2014

Greece: Out and About in Kythera #1

SOUTHERN KYTHERA Kythera is one of 1400 islands belonging to Greece, 169 are inhabited. Kythera with a population hovering around 3300 is in the Ionian Group. Readers of this blog know we were not attracted to Kythera because of a … Continue reading

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Greece: Why Kythera?

WHY KYTHERA? When Bev and I returned to Australia from our 1972/73 jaunt through Europe and the Middle East we moved to the small town of Bingara on the Gwydir River in northwest NSW to live. Bev took a teaching … Continue reading

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Greece: Athens, Acropolis, Parthenon and Gods of Greece.

FRED & BEV’S 2014 ODYSSEY PART 2 ATHENS, ACROPOLIS, PARTHENON AND THE GODS OF GREECE ATHENS FROM 17th MARCH TO 25TH MARCH 2014 The name Acropolis was derived from the Greek Akro, high or extreme/extremity or edge, and Polis, city, … Continue reading

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