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Islands In Greece / December 12, 2018

My Greece Travel Guide began as a hobby in 1995 and since then it has grown in popularity and size. 99% of the material in my guides was written by myself. I don't have a staff. I took all the photos with the exception of some of the historical ones. I update the site continuously so unlike a guidebook I don't have to wait for the next printing to fix a mistake. People have been asking me how they can contribute. First of all you can contribute by using the agencies I recommend, found on my . Without their support this site could not exist. Another way to contribute is to help spread the word about my Greece Travel Guides. Tell your friends. Tell your family. Tell strangers on the travel bulletin boards. If you have your own website or blog make a link. If you are on Facebook or Google+ you can use the button at the bottom of this and many of the other pages. The only way I can compete with the big commercial sites is with your help. If you plan to book hotels on your own without the use of a travel agent you can go through my Booking.com affiliate page which I get a small commission from.

Important Note: There is a lot of information on my website and it is all free to anyone whether you booked through the travel agents, the hotels or Air BnB. But it is the commissions I get from hotel bookings on my affiliate website with that supports this website and enable me to continue doing the work I enjoy. So my request to you is that if you are using other sites to book hotels and apartments and using my websites for everything else and are thankful

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