Land of the centaurs

Pelio

Spending time in Athens with my pretty sizeable greek family (where “close family” means grand-parents, aunts, uncles, cousins, cousins’ boyfriends and girlfriends, close friends, neighbours, pets, random passers-by etc.), was A LOT of fun, but we soon got itchy feet again and couldn’t wait to go forth an explore (and why not do some location […]

A garden in the mountains

Alagonia

When i was growing up, i used to spend my summer with my grandparents, at their little part of the earth. It’s a tiny village, lost in the Taygetos mountains of southern Greece. It has about 30 inhabitants and it lies snugly on a mountain slope about thirty minutes form the main road connecting Kalamata (land of […]