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                                         ...we hold hands and dance in the ever-widening circle...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/hometruths/20040203_strange_hobbies.shtml The irreplaceable John Peel gets the dirt on my secret obsession. Listen to the interview from 31st Jan. 2004.

hello@fullerblooms.co.uk From Buttononholes to the Bouquet, may I recommend Marianna of Fuller Blooms to help you with a truly magnificent birthday flower package. She will be the only person you see from the initial consultation to delivery of your bouquet on your special day so you get a complete understanding of your expectations and wishes. You can also contact her on 01326 280338 if you would like to have a chat about your wedding flower requirements.

 info@tgor.co.uk The Greenhouse Cornish organic local restaurant in St. Keverne on The Lizard: Quality local & seasonal organic produce, local game and fish in season, all modern rustic cooking at this bistro restaurant ~ a favourite dining experience for Sandy and me. So glad Leonie and Neil are here.
Psst! They also provide excellent Bread Making Courses.

lesleymagill@hotmail.co.uk The White Hart, St Keverne, Cornwall - Great menu, great drinks, great staff, friends old and new and always good cheer ~ a home from home.

http://gawf.org.uk Greek Animal Welfare Fund (GAWF) works on various animal welfare and conservation issues including animals in entertainment, animal experiments and is committed to bringing about significant and lasting improvements to the treatment and status of animals in Greece. Established in 1959.

 

 

You can help GAWF by buying their high quality notelets (note cat photo from my Sitia page).

http://www.holidays2crete.com Find everything from travel guides to holidays and flights. With hand selected hotels throughout Crete you can pick up a Crete holiday bargain.

http://www.grecophone.co.uk Grecophone Language Courses in Kavala offer a wonderful opportunity for those wishing to spend their holiday in one of Greece's most beautiful smaller cities whilst learning the language every morning and using the remainder of the day as they please, be it going out and practising on the locals, lying on the beach or visiting the many beautiful sites in the vicinity such as ancient Phillipi.

http://www.explorecrete.com The travel guide to the real Crete and thanks to Yannis Samatas, a site for sore eyes! Offering the widest range of information possible and in a choice of nine languages this site leads the way to this diverse and irresistable island!

http://www.flowersofcrete.info Visit Julia in her Cretan garden and be dazzled by the delicacy and harmony of its nature.

http://www.hotelrea.gr I can personally recommend this travellers rest because I have enjoyed their friendship. Iraklion should be proud of this family run hotel because here they made me feel like one of the family. A truly comfortable bed, constant hot water, a refreshing breakfast, genuine hospitality - easing away all the trials of travel and thereby helping me relax. Welcome to Crete! email Stelios or Rena: info@hotelrea.gr

http://www.villa-georgia-kalives.com I stayed here for six idyllic days within minutes from the sea, the village and open-hearted welcomes wherever I went. Extraordinary views, breathtaking sunsets and genuine village charm. Kalives opens its arms and dares you to leave without a sigh. Valeria is your hostess. A lovely lady full of intelligent wit and with a flair for making your stay an unforgettable experience. Also contact: info@valeria-travel.com

http://www.xpatathens.com A news site provided by the Athens News Agency with Chatroom, Forum, Gallery, Information, and make contacts. There is also a Current Affairs page where you can ask keep up to date with all things Hellenic - even the weather.

http://www.gnto.co.uk The Greek National Tourist Office in London with a host of information on who goes where and countless useful links.

http://diafani.com This remote mountainous paradise was the homeland of the Titans and it is said the goddess Athena grew up and was possibly buried there. The setting and inspiration for my first book, "Pani's Island".

http://livingincrete.net A guide to Cretan culture, living, working & retiring in Crete - with you, every step of the way.

http://greekofile.co.uk Articles and anecdotes to entertain and inform you by and for people who love Greece, with links to an interactive Forum buzzing with discussion and exchange.

http://greekislandphotography.com Glenn Steiner offers photography courses on the islands with careful guidance to help the digital photographer focus on inner consciousness to achieve remarkable results.

 

...that photographer, what was his web address again?...


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