One of our most memorable travel moments has been highlighted by a leading Australian publication.

Our visit to the World War II ‘massacre village’ of Anogeia, in Crete and meeting with the Greek musician, Loudovikos ton Anogeion, has been retold across Australia by The Senior newspaper.

The visit, high in the mountains of Crete, was the culmination of many years of interest in Anogeia.

It also could not have occurred without the support of Scoot Airlines, which  operates a great service between Australia and Athens, the Greek capital city.

The reasons for our interest in Anogeia  were well explained by The Senior, which featured an article in its editions that circulate in the Australian States of NSW/ACT; Queensland; Victoria; South Australia; Western Australia; and Tasmania.

The Senior  has a national monthly readership of more than 1.3 million.

Here is its article:

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2 comments

  1. Hi Ian, wish I had known you were going to Athens and Crete. You could have met up with Paris’s Dad and family in Athens. I go most years to meet them on one of the Islands and would have met you in Crete. Many islands have direct short flights from London and local U.K. airports. I enjoyed reading your article. We have friends in Corfu if you venture that way again.

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