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“Where can I buy this one,” my brother says.
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Recap? Sure, here’s my impression of Gentilini from last year, when I bumped in to them [...]
For a few minutes the almost religious urge for sunshine on midsummer is threatened, but the raining disappears quickly. For the rest of the day the sun is on our side. Sweden and Midsummer. Pagan rituals adapted for the modern citizen. Culinary delicacies from the sea. BBQ in the evening. Wine theme? Greece.
Although it was almost fourteen years ago, I still remember Cephalonia. I was touring the Ionian Islands and had just arrived from Homer’s Ithaca, entering the harbor of Fiscardo, on the northern side of Cephalonia. Bougainvillea’s everywhere, lovely restaurants in the little harbor, friendly people as always in Greece – and characteristic village houses. I [...]
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