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greek_ggirl

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You will find these super helpful while traveling in Greece!

  • What time is it? τι ώρα είναι; – ti ora eenai
  • What is this (that)? τι είναι αυτό; ti eenai afto
  • How do you say … in Greek? πώς λέτε … στα ελληνικά; – pos lete … sta ellinika
  • Where is (he, she, it)? που είναι (αυτός, αυτή, αυτό); poo eenai aftos, afti, afto
  • Can I come? μπορώ να έρθω? boro na ertho?

Kali tihi (good luck)!
 

ellinasgolfer0320

Well-known member
Make sure you say "re","malaka" or both after each of these for a more native sound when speaking :LOL:

Ti einai auto re malaka?
Pou einai re malaka?
R'ela dw
Pou 'sai re malaka?
Ti kaneis re malaka?
Ela re malaka
 

Worldwide Greeks Editor

Administrator
Staff member
Make sure you say "re","malaka" or both after each of these for a more native sound when speaking :LOL:

Ti einai auto re malaka?
Pou einai re malaka?
R'ela dw
Pou 'sai re malaka?
Ti kaneis re malaka?
Ela re malaka
:LOL::LOL::LOL::LOL::LOL::LOL::LOL::LOL:, so funny to include malaka in your must know questions for non-Greeks traveling to Greece!! hahahhaha
 

k_tsoukalas

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ellinasgolfer0320

Well-known member
That's because Greeks can't speak without using the word malakas in every sentence (I'm obviously joking).
 

Paros is Santorinis cheaper cousin!

In my opinion, Paros offers everything that Santorini does but it's so much more affordable and not full of tourists. I highly recommend that you visit and enjoy the stunning blue and white architecture and relaxing beaches. Here are some of the sites that you should visit in Paros

- Naoussa
- Kolymbithres Beach
- Parikia
- Lageri Beach

Make sure you book in advance! Greece is fully booked this summer!

I can't say this enough! Please make sure that you book way ahead of time for your trip to Greece. I've been looking for hotels and flights, and almost everything is booked. The only air B&Bs and hotels that are left are either extremely expensive or very remote. It seems that people have been at home during Covid, and are feeling to get to Greece. This is a lesson learned for next year. Good luck to everyone!

Greece's Astypalea Hosts Parkour's Most Prestigious Competition .

Did you know that you can see baby turtles being born in Zakynthos?

This is a super rare experience that only exists during a small period of the year in Zakynthos. I cannot seem to find the exact timing of the hatching season, so if anyone knows please let me know. One of the best places that you can find these young turtles is Kalamaki Beach, which also happens to be one of the most popular beaches for swimming in Zakynthos. The beach is a protected conservation area, which is why it is closed at night, so that the turtle eggs can hatch and the turtles can safely make their way into the water.


What are some Greek work from home tips?

I’ve been considering being a traveling nomad ever since my company switched to being fully remote. I would love to do this in Greece, but I am a bit skeptical since I have never visited for more than two weeks. Has anyone from abroad started living in Greece during the pandemic? Or do any Greeks have advice on what transitioning my life and work would be like? I live in Australia at the moment but have little to tie me down here. Thank you everyone
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