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Chryssie's Greece by Chryssie Koussia - 2M ago

Book till the end of June and pay only £1850;

just type eoscrete at checkout

Western Crete, Chania

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Chryssie's Greece by Chryssie Koussia - 3M ago

Get spoiled in Thessaloniki

June 16-20,2019

(4nights 5 days) from £850

5 days in the vibrant city by the azure Thermaikos Gulf; the city with the different identities; the co capital of Greece

with the lush Byzantine history.

Walking through the alleys of this incomparable city is a passage through history.

Be prepared, be open and you simply cannot loose.

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Chryssie's Greece by Chryssie Koussia - 6M ago

Book till the end of December and pay only £1750

Messolonghi – Carnival Extravaganza 09-16 March 2019

https://chryssiesgreece.com/product/messolonghi-carnival-extravaganza/

Simply book online and enter the promo code at checkout; offer18

Do you want to see the real Greece, reaching areas off the Tourist trail?

Our Authentic Greek trips give you the opportunity to experience Greece

like a local, with a specialist guide you will be immersed in culture, history and cuisine!

See you there!

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EXCLUSIVE OFFER: 40% OFF FOR BOOKING TILL 30th July!

Regular price: £3,100
Book till 30th July and Pay only: £1,860

Chania is not just a city – it is a painting!

This tour is ideal if you want to mix up urban exploration and sightseeing with lounging by the sea. The Lefka Ori (mountain) provides a dramatic backdrop to the city’s stunning Venetian architecture and bustling market. There is much to explore and photograph in the old town with the Venetian harbour, iconic lighthouse (one of the oldest in Europe), and the cobbled alleyways, courtyards, cafés and tavernas. The Ottoman influences are captured in the Mosque by the port and the two minarets which will add spice to your pictures.

Cretan food is one of Greece’s most distinctive regional cuisines. Excellent local produce and healthy ingredients lift its fame to the first ranks among the healthiest diets in the world.

When’s the next one? September 17th – 24th

How much is it? £3,100.

What’s included? Accommodation, breakfast and workshops. This includes daily workshops, as well as post production and photo critique sessions in the evenings.

What’s not included? Flights, lunch and dinner. You’ll also need to provide your own camera and all other related gear.

Crete has plenty to offer for the adventurous photographer. There are mountains to rival the alps, breathtaking landscapes, fascinating rural communities and being Greece, of course more history than you can shake a stick at. And there’s a ton of places to chill out too, with stunning beaches and amazing tavernas to relax, edit some photos and wait for sunset.https://chryssiesgreece.com/product/western-crete/

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Chryssie's Greece by Chryssie Koussia - 1y ago

In the orthodox faith the egg symbolises the sealed Tomb of Christ — the cracking of which symbolised his resurrection from the dead. The red colour symbolises the blood of Christ

Do you want to dye your eggs like we will do on Holly Saturday morning?

It is simple just follow a few easy steps:

  1. Combine water, onion skins, and vinegar in a pot; bring to a boil. Set aside onions for another use. …
  2. Remove skins from dye and discard skins. Place eggs in the dye and bring to a boil; cook for 15 minutes. …
  3. Transfer eggs to a wire rack to dry, about 15 minutes.
  4. Rub olive oil onto each egg to make them shiny.
  5. If that sounds difficult just use Anatoli dye and cold water following the instructions on the packet.

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