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Λίγα Λόγια Για Το Kizomba Και Bachata Corfu Beach Festival Στο Ξενοδοχείο Δελφίνια Στη Κέρκυρα

Το Kizomba and Bachata Corfu Beach Festival θα γίνει στο ξενοδοχείο Δελφίνια στα Μοραΐτικα της Κέρκυρας από 7 – 10 Μαΐου 2015. «Η ιδέα για το Corfu Beach Festival ξεκίνησε από έναν φίλο που ζει στη Κέρκυρα και ήθελε να κάνουμε ένα Kizomba πάρτι εκεί» μας εξήγησε ο Blaise Mwami ένας από τους διοργανωτές του φεστιβάλ.

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Delphinia Hotel’s Dolphin Project In 2015

In 2014 Delfinia Hotels launched the Tree Project for which all the types of trees in Delfinia gardens were visibly named. By naming all the trees in Greek and in English we wanted to make conscious their presence and acknowledge the vital contribution trees make to our lives.

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World Peace Photography By Albert Kahn

In 1909 the millionaire French banker and philanthropist Albert Kahn embarked on an ambitious project to create a colour photographic record of, and for, the peoples of the world.

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A Bit More About The 2015 Corfu Beach Festival At Delphina Hotels – Part 2

Curious as to what the May 2015 Corfu Beach Festival is all about  we asked Blaise Mwami, one of the main organisers of the event, a few questions to which we received a whole new world of answers.

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“Kalanda” Traditional Greek Christmas Songs

The word κάλαντα (kalanda) comes from the Latin word calenda which in turn derives from the Greek verb καλώ (kalo) meaning to call.

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A Bit More About The 2015 Corfu Beach Festival At Delphina Hotels – Part 1

At Delfinia Hotels we are looking forward to the “Kizomba meets Bachata” Corfu Beach Festival which will open the new holiday season from 7th to 10th May 2015.

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Corfu In The Winter

Yes it does get cold in Corfu in the winter. 

When lying in the Corfu sun shine and floating in the crystal clear waters of the warm summer sea it is easy to dream of an eternal paradise. When dreaming of how it would be to live on Corfu Island all year round the question inevitably arises.

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