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Island walks

one of the best ways to enjoy the island is by foot and my dear friend Lethcothea has walked pretty much all of it and is happy sharing her love and passion for Paxos with others. Organised walks will be … Continue reading

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Path clearing

will be taking place tomorrow 30th October from 3.30pm, the meeting point is Paxos Club Hotel just outside Gaios. Work will be done on the path leading to Trypitos Arch and also finishing what was started last week on the … Continue reading

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all are welcome

to join in for a week of yoga and walks starting from tomorrow organised by local agency Thalassa Travel. Yoga instructors Michael Ryan and Jack Harrison will take the yoga classes and Lethcothea Grammatikou will be leading the walks. A … Continue reading

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There is very little I miss

of home (family and friends aside) but the changing of the seasons is something I may have taken for granted, here we tend to go from summer to winter and back again. A trip to the mainland though brought back … Continue reading

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A Sunday stroll

now the weather is cooling a little it’s the perfect time to explore the island on foot. Setting off from the village of Vellientatika we walked along the the south west coast heading towards the windmill at Mouzmouli. The island … Continue reading

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a taste of Paxos

was our reward for all the walking we’ve been doing of late. Today we ventured through the village of Velientatika and onto Fanariotatika where we took a mono pati (single path) that led to the dramatic cliff top view of … Continue reading

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The pretty village

of Velientatika, home of the Vellianitis family was the starting point of our walk today. Although windy the weather has become milder and we walked in the sunshine through olive groves that first led to the ‘bathing hole’ named Bougazi. … Continue reading

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