Spicy Postcard from Archaeological Museum of Rhodes

Spicy Postcard from Archaeological Museum of Rhodes

by Katerina Lorenzatos Makris ~ Ironically, the Archaeological Museum of Rhodes (Rhodos) was first built as a hospital by the Knights Hospitaller or Knights of St. John in the 1400s. When this order of medieval Crusaders often fueled by greed or poverty or both weren’t busy invading and pillaging Greek islands and other spots, they […]

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Spicy Postcard from Dahab, Egypt

Spicy Postcard from Dahab, Egypt

by Katerina Lorenzatos Makris ~ In Dahab you can snorkel, scuba, windsurf, or be a beach potato. The political turmoil elsewhere in the country has not completely deterred travel to the small town on the remote Sinai peninsula. “It is the media that makes people afraid,” a tourist told the Daily News Egypt. “They make a […]

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