My Camera, My Companion

My Camera, My Companion

We have many guests that travel alone aboard Aegean Odyssey and they each fill their time in varying ways. Sharon is one of those guests and she enjoys exploring with her trusted friend, a Canon 60D. Sharon’s story is one we enjoyed and one we think many others...
What A Fabulous Thing To Do!

What A Fabulous Thing To Do!

Ecologist Andy Bunten is one of our expert guest lecturers and he joined Aegean Odyssey earlier in the year on her British Isles sailing. Andy offered several interesting talks, but he also spent a lot of time out on the open decks, chatting with guests and looking...
From The Aegean To The Arctic

From The Aegean To The Arctic

2019 is going to be Voyages to Antiquity’s most varied European season ever, with a return to the Black Sea and brand-new itineraries introducing Norway’s breath-taking North Cape and the mesmerising maritime cities of the Baltic, taking their place alongside...
Kings And Caliphs With Hugh Ellwood

Kings And Caliphs With Hugh Ellwood

Guest lecturer Hugh Ellwood provides us with a very interesting blog today, looking at kings and caliphs: Arab conquests and a masterpiece of cooperation between the Christian King and the Islamic Caliph. It all centres around Spain and a time when in Western Europe,...
A Short History Of The Shwedagon Pagoda

A Short History Of The Shwedagon Pagoda

Myanmar (Burma) is one of the most interesting places on earth, we know, we’ve been there several times and we are looking forward to introducing new guests to this enchanting land during our winter season. One place we must always visit is the Shwedagon Pagoda. It is...
The Gourmet Traveller: Mumbai

The Gourmet Traveller: Mumbai

Today, our ‘Gourmet Traveller’ blog series is focusing on the flavourful delicacies and traditional dishes that await us in Mumbai – one of our favourite Asian destinations. Food and travel go hand in hand and one of the great pleasures of visiting a new city or...
City Guide: Copenhagen

City Guide: Copenhagen

“Hygge” is a Danish word that is impossible to translate and difficult to define, but loosely speaking it is that very particular concept of conviviality and comfort that lies at the heart of Danish contentment. One may be tempted to think of it as having to do with...