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It’s been a while since my last communication to you guys through my blog. What have I been up to? Huh, I hope that each and every one of you is doing just fine. A lot has been going on with me and I couldn’t wait to find time to share it with you.

I decided to make my winter season a very productive one. I’ll tell you all about it, but it’s a bit embarrassing, please don’t get me wrong. So I never used to travel within Greece during winter. Guess what? I took that ignorance of Greece is a small country. Now I started going to places that I never thought I’ll visit before.

I’ve visited a couple of cities that I managed to post on to my Youtube channel. Don’t be suprised if you see post after post from now on, are mostly about my road trip to different historic cities. I’m having fun I must admit and trust me it has changed my perspective about Greece as a country.

One thing that I’m learning along the way is that, always leave a space in your mind for a new thing. Leave an empty room that you can use, in testing something new. I will post each city as separate blog post, because that way, it will be easier for you to follow and choose which one you would love to visit.

So My first city was a city of ARACHOVA.

It was in Arachova that Georgios Karaiskakis (1780-1827) defeated the Turkish army led by Moustafabei in November 1826.

Arachova is located 8 km E of Delphi, 9 km northwest of Distomo, 18 km southeast of Amfissa and 26 km west of Livadeia. It is a mountain town and a former municipality in the western part of Boeotia, Greece.

Located at the foot of Mt. Parnassós in Viotia, Southern Greece. This place is known for being one of the winter destinations in Greece. A great location for passionate ski lovers, or just first-time visitors who wish to relax and enjoy the modern tourism facilities. Check out the video of the city.

Arachova TownWinter Tourist Destination in Greece.

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12 Replies to “WHAT HAVE I BEEN UP TO?”

  1. I love how you are venturing out and exploring! What a beautiful and unique place. Lots of walking! I bet you were worn out, but that’s great exercise. Thanks for sharing!

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