Article written by Annie Kolatsis who attended the NCCT program in August 2017. NCCT stands for NEPOMAK Cyprus Culture Tour and is run by NEPOMAK. When I sat down and thought about what to write about NCCT, nothing seemed good enough. How could I properly put into words what this tour had done for me? […]
About Angeliki Vayanos
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Entries by Angeliki Vayanos
Blog post written by Andrea Nichas. Images sourced from Google. They say a single picture can speak a thousand words, but what if not even a thousand pictures contained the truths of what was beyond the lens? What if what you see through your very own eyes is so incomparable to what your camera could […]
My word time flies. Cannot believe we are already in October! Check the calendar out to ensure you are up to date with the name days for the month. Impress yia yia at Sunday lunch! Infographic designed & compiled by Eugenia Papathanasiou
My Congress Experience by Costa Kyriacou. Congress seems like a lot of fun and it is. Congress seems like a massive party and it is. Congress seems like it attracts a lot of youth from around the country and it does. All of the above are tangible to every person that experiences this incredible getaway, […]
A new month and the start of Spring. A month filled with many celebrating their Name Day. Make your yia yia’s proud!
Ceeeeeelebrate good times, COME ON! We have been SUPER quiet on our blog due to University holidays and overseas travels BUT we are back and what better way to kick start the comeback than with an informative NAHYSOSA Brief: Celebrations. Showcasing all the parties, special events, taverna evenings, soccer days and whatever else has been […]
All the name days being celebrated in July! Keep an eye on the dates to make sure you wish all your family and friends. Happy July!
Article written and compiled by Eugenia Papathanassiu. All images have been sourced from a variety of websites. Around 98% of Greece follows the religion of Greek Orthodoxy (shocking, right!?) which means that Greece and its churches are like that chocolate doughnut covered in Byzantine, Cycladic, Venetian and medieval multicoloured sprinkles. Maybe you believe in Orthodoxy, […]
Infographic designed & compiled by Eugenia Papathanassiu.
Yet another month goes by on the calendar. A relatively quiet month when it comes to events because most of us are in the middle of exams or getting ready to depart for Greece/Cyprus! Keep an eye out on the blog the next few weeks – we have some exciting articles being launched this month […]