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dubai_suzie

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Videos like these were super helpful for when I was first traveling to Greece. I have a major fear of offending people without knowing it and getting super embarrassed
 

Hash

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Videos like these were super helpful for when I was first traveling to Greece. I have a major fear of offending people without knowing it and getting super embarrassed
Kalley Mera from Thailand.... simple and nice,Egho milaw Ellinika.... learning to speak Ellinika was the greatest joy of my life.... Efgharisto polee for posting this!..... nicely presented... there was a time when we used to be a few Cypriots in Mykonos.... every one was Khumbare!.....And Khumbara!!😂😂..... How I miss hugging and kissing like we used to in Mykonou..❣️❣️🤗
 

dubai_suzie

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Kalley Mera from Thailand.... simple and nice,Egho milaw Ellinika.... learning to speak Ellinika was the greatest joy of my life.... Efgharisto polee for posting this!..... nicely presented... there was a time when we used to be a few Cypriots in Mykonos.... every one was Khumbare!.....And Khumbara!!😂😂..... How I miss hugging and kissing like we used to in Mykonou..❣️❣️🤗
The love I feel in Greece is like no other! I love how warm everyone is with the hugging and kissing <3 <3 <3 Filia from Dubai
 
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k_tsoukalas

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It really does enhance your experience in Greece if you know even a little bit of the language. :) Thanks for sharing this video! The items are all true, and it is so easy to make a faux pas.
 
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Hash

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It really does enhance your experience in Greece if you know even a little bit of the language. :) Thanks for sharing this video! The items are all true, and it is so easy to make a faux pas.
I used to do my presentations in Greek language to the Hoteliers who couldn't understand English language!... Sometimes difficult to communicate with Front Desk team, so very useful to combine English language with little Ellinika!👍
 

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Check out my recommended travel itinerary for 2 weeks in Greece!

I have decided to share an itinerary that I send to all of my friends who want to go to Greece. I have travelled to quite a few places around the country, and feel like I have a good idea of where everyone should visit on their first trip. Of course, I always recommend a two week minimum one visiting Greece. There's just so many things to do, especially if you like the beaches and sightseeing. Let me know what you think!

1. Land in Athens and stay for 4 days (Acropolis, Monastiraki, Thisseio, Glyfada, Kolonaki, and Lykabitos are a must)
2. Spend 3 days in Paros enjoying the beaches and nightlife (Paros has the best of Santorini and Mykonos without being crowded or expensive)
3. Spend 2 days in another island of your choice that is not in the Cyclades (honorable mentions include Corfu, Lefkada, Skiathos)
4. Spend the remaining 5 days driving through Crete and visiting Chania and Rethymno (Elafonisi Beach is a must)

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

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

Travel tip: bring a polaroid camera to Greece!

I love taking polaroid pictures to remember my favorite memories from Greece! I also love to take disposal cameras and then develop them once I get home. This is a great way to not bulk up your phone with hundreds of pictures and to get that retro look in your images as well. I highly recommend it for anyone who is looking to capture special memories from Greece!
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