Archive for July 2014

The 1st Watermelon of the Season

Good Morning / Good Afternoon everyone! What a warm summer this is turning out to be. So I decided to bring a jpg of fresh air to the blog, hoping to help with the raising temperature. And voilà: The first watermelon of the season from our dry […]

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10 Reasons Why You Should Stay at Perlegiannika Houses

Unique geographical location & microclimate between two gorges Genuine Greek hospitality Traditional architecture and interior design Efficient and comfortable houses, fully equipped Excellent services & daily cleaning, high quality linen Sense of tranquility and safety, a “refuge” from the stressful urban everyday life Near a main village, […]

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Our Summer Photo Album…

Welcome September! I hope we all enjoy a great back-to-school / work month and a lovely Autumn (winter is not coming -hmmm, GoT joke- for a good three months and after all when it is here it brings season greetings – and that is always sth to […]

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BBQ…

Close your eyes and open your senses: Starry night sky, the scent of jasmine feels the air, white lanterns light the stone steps of the patio, somewhere in the background the sound of an night bird, annoyed by the loud laughter of a group of friends sharing […]

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A winter’s morning…

One of the things that I miss the most about Greece, given that I live abroad, is the colours of the sky. Even though I live in a city famous for its sky (by the way a beer is named after it), nothing compares with the wide […]

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Carnival in Kythera

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Olive Harvest in Kythera & A Few Thoughts on the Olive Tree

virgin olive oil

The olive harvesting (liomazoma in Greek) is an annual “ritual” within the Zisimopoulos Family’s (and by extension to Perlegiannika Houses’) tradition. On the occasion of this year’s harvest, I decided to post a blog entry about this pure and sacred Mediterranean tree, which is also found in […]

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