My Greek Odyssey:Series 1

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History Documentary hosted by Peter Maneas, published by Off The Fence in 2019 - English narration

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My Greek Odyssey:Series 1 Sail the Greek islands with Peter Maneas as he takes his super yacht to 227 of Greece's inhabited islands. My Greek Odyssey is a 13-part series where Peter explores their rich history, culture, cuisine, and people as well as their hidden secrets and surprises. Series One starts in Athens and travels to the Saronic and Ionian islands including Hydra, Spetses, Corfu, Zakynthos, Corfu, and Kythira.

[edit] Athens to Greek Easter

Our journey begins in the Greek capital of Athens. It’s one of the oldest cities in the world. In this episode we start the odyssey by exploring this magnificent city, as well as delving into the foundations of the nation's religion, told through experiencing the festivities of Easter.

[edit] Epidaurus Moni Spetses

Leaving Athens, My Greek Odyssey journeys across the Aegean to the oldest theatre in the world, Epidaurus and the ancient ruins of Asklepion the birthplace of modern medicine on the island of Kos. Peter visits the tiny island of Moni, home to dear and hundreds of peacocks before heading off to Spetses to discover the island's maritime and nautical history.

[edit] Spetses Hydra

On Spetses, My Greek Odyssey joins the festivities of the annual Spetses Classic Yacht Regatta, established to honor the boat builders of the island and the seafarers who fought in the 1821 Greek War of Independence. Peter then cruises to Hydra where all the houses are 200 years old, as no new buildings are permitted by law, and the only means of transport are mules, horses, and water taxis.

[edit] Hydra Dokos

In this episode, Peter continues exploring the island of Hydra and takes part in its biggest celebration, The Miaoulia Festival. This annual event illustrates the island's proud heritage which culminates in a dramatic re-enactment of the sinking of the Ottoman Empire flagship. He also visits the deserted island of Dokos to find the remains of a German plane that crashed during World War II

[edit] Nafplion Monemvasia

In this episode, my journey through the Aegean continues, as I head deep into the Argolic Gulf to the port of Nafplio.

[edit] Monemvasia Elafonisos Kythira

As my journey continues, I explore more of Monemvasia and the inland area nearby. Here I’m going to learn about the past of the island and go from one of the oldest churches in Greece to one of the most historic wine-growing regions in the world.

[edit] Kythira

My journey has now brought me to the island my family came from. In this episode, I’m digging deeper into my family history, as I explore the island of Kythera.

[edit] Kythira Antikythira

In this episode I’ll be discovering more of the island paradise of my heritage, taking in places that I’ve never seen before, and revisiting old haunts to see how things have changed over the years.

[edit] Zakynthos Kefalonia

In episode nine of My Greek Odyssey, my exploration of Zakynthos continues. The first stop though is a quick side trip to Pilos for a very special dive. Then it’s back to Zakynthos to learn about the famed nougat of the island.

[edit] Kefalonia

As my time on Kefalonia continues, I’m going to explore the stunning Melissani Lake, a place of both myth and beauty.

[edit] Ithaki Lefkada

Now that I’ve arrived in Ithaki, it’s time to explore what this ruggedly beautiful island has to offer. It might be small but it sure packs a punch.

[edit] Lefkada Skorpios

This episode sees me continuing where we left off, as I learn how the locals in Lefkada make their wine and check out a remnant of the Cold War.

[edit] Paxos Corfu

In the last episode of series one, I’m headed to Antipaxos, just a stone's throw from its bigger neighbor, Paxos. Then I’m upping anchor and making waves as I cruise across to Corfu, where I’ll be spending my final week in Greece, exploring the far north of the Ionian Sea

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  • Video Codec: x264 CABAC High@L4.1
  • Video Aspect Ratio: 1080 x 1920
  • Video Resolution: 1.778 (16:9
  • Audio Codec: MPEG-4 AAC LC
  • Audio: English
  • Audio Bitrate: 158 kb/s VBR 4800Hz
  • Audio Channels: Stereo 2
  • Run-Time: 43 mins
  • Framerate: 24.000 FPS
  • Number of Parts: 13
  • Container Mp4
  • Size. 1.43 GB
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