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Images Around The Greek Islands

Photographic impressions from our travels…

Beautiful Corfu

The windmills of Mykonos

To the Southeast of the Greek mainland are the Greek islands of the Aegean that include Crete, Santorini, Mykonos, Rhodes and Cyprus. To call the Greek Isles magical is not an overstatement.

The streets of Crete
Old Town Rhodes, Greece

Greece, while very much a part of mainland Europe, is actually more a country of islands. While a large land area in Southern Greece is attached to the mainland by a narrow isthmus, the area is characterized as associated with the Saranoc Islands that stretch up to the Ionian island of Corfu to the Northwest.

Santorini landscape
The view across the caldera on Santorini

Crystal clear azure seas, a near perfect climate combined with historic sites and remarkably friendly people, just magical!

Kusadasi, Turkey • A Port Of Call

Kusadasi is a beach resort town and a favorite cruise ship destination. It is only 12 miles from the port to the ancient city of Ephesus, one of the areas major attractions. Kusadasi is considered one of the most important destination cities in the Aegean because of its important historical sites that include Ephesus and […]

Ketchikan, Port of Call Alaska

By 1936 there were seven canneries working, producing almost two million cases of salmon a season. The need for lumber fostered the Ketchikan Spruce Mills built in 1903, which operated for over 70 years. The lumber industry collapsed when the Clinton administration moved to reduce timber cutting in Alaska by having the U.S. Forest service […]


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