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It’s Like Night & Day! Views From Spiliazeza

“It’s like night and day!” was an oft used idiom (I haven’t heard it in a while) to describe something that contrasted very differently from something else. For example, a teacher might say, “It’s like night and day how your marks have changed from last semester to this semester. Keep up the good work.” I’ve …

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Sheeps, Ships, & Sunflowers

In Greece, among English speaking people, the words sheeps and ships are often interchanged. A ship becomes a “sheep” and a sheep becomes a “ship.” Lambs become “lamps.” I have often giggled and laughed and made up sayings about the ships going down to the sea to board the sheeps, bringing along the lamps with …

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ΚΟΚΟΦΟΙΝΙΚΑΣ – An Awesome Garden Centre, Lavrio/Keratea

In English, ΚΟΚΟΦΟΙΝΙΚΑΣ means “Coconut Palm Tree” – but I don’t think you will find too many of these at ΚΟΚΟΦΟΙΝΙΚΑΣ, between Lavrio and Keratea. Instead, you will find fantastic service and a great selection with valuable local knowledge at this garden centre I’m so happy to have discovered. When I moved to the Keratea/Lavrio …

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The Spiliazeza (Σπηλιαζέζα) Gazette – News In English – Week Ending January 22, 2022

Things are very busy in Spiliazeza, or written in Greek, Σπηλιαζέζα. The other day, I was surprised to count 5 cars going by the house and heading up the road in an 8 hour period. Obviously, something was going on somewhere up the street! I never did find out what on earth would cause five …

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