FANOS Ethiopia Tours understand that Incentive Groups need special attention to details, and unusual events and activities that provide the most creative itineraries to fit any budget, and operate each programme smoothly and efficiently on the ground.
So FANOS Ethiopia Tours designed an option of tour packages for incentive travelers to Ethiopia with full of entertainment, fun, educational and impressive activities. We will also develop custom-made package tours keeping individual…Continue
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Some think of Ethiopia as the country of famine, drought & starvation. This is not true & this is not the Ethiopia experience! It is home to many other scenes sure to…Continue
Rouketopolemos (Greek Рουκετοπόλεμος, literally Rocket-War) is the name of a local traditional event held annually at Easter in the town of Vrontados (Βροντάδος) on the Greek island of Chios. As a variation of the Greek habit of throwing fireworks during the celebration of the…Continue
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The second Persian invasion of Greece (480–479 BC) occurred during the Greco-Persian Wars, as King Xerxes I of Persia sought to conquer all of Greece. The invasion was a direct, if delayed, response to the defeat of the first Persian invasion of Greece (492–490 BC) at the Battle of Marathon which ended Darius…Continue
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Many of you who follow this blog know that we constantly scour the internet for fun and interesting bits of information that relates to the Hellenic culture in some way. We especially love when we find info that shows how Greeks influence the population as a whole, so when we saw a tweet by …Continue
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And here i am once again trying to get all my ideas into paper...well in our case into this blog!Its like you want to talk to someone and tell him everything that is going through your mind and you wanna let him know you will be there holding hands and be like "hey dude i am your friend i will be here no matter what".
Now back to this. I ve been mentally touched by all these people that i met in the past week to such an extent that it overcomes the emotional boundaries i ve crossed in…Continue
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Εναλλακτικές ιδέες και λύσεις για κατασκευές, επισκευές και όχι μόνο...
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Ancient Spartan rituals have been the topic of many books, movies, and research papers. They were a fascinating people to say the least. The specific topic of how ancient Spartan boys were bred and trained for battle is legend, but they also had some very interesting methods of raising and training…Continue
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Greece’s Skorpios Island, which belonged to legendary Greek tycoon Aristotle Onassis, has reportedly been sold for €117 million (just over $152 million) by his only heir. The identity of the alleged buyer, a Russian billionaire, has not been revealed.
Farhad Vladi – whose company Vladi Private Islands…Continue
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The other day my sisters and I were talking about our favorite dishes from childhood. Joanna listed araka me saltsa as one of her favorites. Our mom used to make it for us all the time. Partly because she could make a big batch at once, partly because it was good for us. But mostly because we all would eat it. We loved…Continue
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Greek women have a long and amazing history using all natural recipes and techniques for their beauty regimes. They were known across the ancient world for this (Helen of Troy anyone?) and to this day they still remain on top. Our ancestors used to make cosmetics with balsam, myrrh, common lime leaves, and iris.…Continue
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More than 1.6 billion people in the world are either overweight or obese, according to a recent study by the World Health Organization. Here’s a look at the countries with the highest percent of overweight adults (people age 15 and over). People are considered overweight if their …Continue
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Archaeologists say temple doorway belching noxious gas matches ancient accounts of 'portal to the underworld'. The site is in the ancient city of Hierapolis, now Pamukkale in southwestern Turkey and it matches historical descriptions of what was thought be the entrance to hell. Birds flying past are killed by noxious gasses emanating from the doorway and there are inscriptions on the temple columns that are dedications to gods of the underworld.
Archaeologists say they have discovered…Continue
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Even though he is one of the pioneers of electronic music, composed and performed legendary soundtracks to Blade Runner and The Bounty, and even won an Academy Award for his score to Chariots of Fire, Vangelis cannot read a single note of music.
Vangelis was born 29 March 1943, near…Continue
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Following a seven-day trial, which was initiated by a complaint from Greek rival Fage, Chobani was told by a High Court judge that the labeling on its product was "confusing" for UK…Continue
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In honor of Greek Independence Day, we decided to make one the most famous and traditional Greek desserts we could think of... baklava! And we're not talking just regular run-of-the-mill baklava in a pan or in triangles, which is typically how you will find it. We made baklava rolls! Baklava rolls are known as…Continue
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