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Postcards from Greece: Surprise is best

HAPPY SURPRISES I made a deal with our tour leader: “If I’m not there for an outing, don’t wait longer than 10 minutes. I will never not be okay. There’s no trouble I can get into that I can’t get out of. I will never be late for a ferry, yacht, bus, or plane. Rest […]

Greek Economics: Report from the Feet

Home-grown Greeks? Alice Trego asked: Were you able to meet home-grown Greeks? Did you manage to gain insight into their way of living? Dear Alice, This was the first package tour I’ve ever taken. It is darn hard to meet an ordinary Greek. Luckily, I carved out time for ramblings and small adventures amidst the […]

My Big Fat Greek Holiday

In May I visited Greece for a brief vacation. Marvelous, of course, as we spent time in Athens, Santorini, and Crete. I was part of a group of 14 women on a Sights and Soul tour group. Never done that before, and it was a revelation. I’d like to share this experience with you. What […]