Sophia and Michael met in Athens in 2008 through mutual friends. Six years later, this beautiful couple made their way back to Greece and tied the knot on the stunning island of Kalymnos, which is where the groom’s family is from.
“It was a once in a lifetime experience with our family and friends and Kalymnos resonated with the relaxed wedding we wanted to have. The week prior to the wedding was all about Kalymnos, where we entertained all our guests from days in the sun, eating, drinking and dancing.”
Location: Michael’s family is from the island of Kalymnos and mine is from Thessaloniki and Athens. We are really proud of our Greek heritage and it was important for us both to have a simple, relaxed and ultimately fun wedding.
It is an undeniable cliché that the islands of Greece are firmly part of the great destinations of the world. It’s an extra pleasure to be a guest on one of the lesser known islands, Kythnos. The island is ideal for tourists who seek tranquility. Five photo perfect villages dot the island and all are…
The island of Lesvos has several species of owls, but in the villages of Vatousa and Xidera you will find an inordinately large population of the Scops Owl, all because several years ago on a hot summer day a baby Scops fell out of a tree. Villagers...
Great news for the island hopping !!! A new ferry connection is going to connect our island Paros ,with the islands of Andros, Tinos , Mykonos & Naxos from this summer . Superferry ΙΙΙ is going to departure from the port of Rafina at 16:50 ,giving the chance for our guests that are landing late in the afternoon…
Michael Shepherd's insight:
Ferry routes are the truly the life blood of any Greek island.
Zeus was born on Crete. But legend has it that he spent his childhood in Naxos and, perhaps thanks to this divine connection, today when you ask Greeks for their favourite island for families, many point to the largest of the Cyclades.
Author: Julie Ryan, Category: Books, Title: Sophia's Secret (A Greek Island Mystery Book 2), Genre: Crime Mystery Thriller Romance Fiction, Blurb: This is the second book in the Greek Island Mystery series. Although each book is intended to be read as a standalone, some of the characters from the first book, ‘Jennas’s Journey’, do make an appearance. Kat has...
Antiparos was sort of an accident. We didn’t plan on it being our absolute favorite beach in Greece, nor did we even plan on going there in the first place, but I’m glad we did. Here’s how we happened upon this dreamy island spot. On this particular leg of our trip we were actually staying…
Michael Shepherd's insight:
Hey, when you live there this is just a normal occurrence. We went to Antiparos when we had nothing else to do on a Sunday afternoon.
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