From the Author
I love traveling because I believe it is one of the easiest way to enrich my life. One of the most challenging part of traveling to a foreign country/culture, is how to order food in a restaurant or cafe. I love food, I love trying our new food. But often I found myself sitting hungry in front of a menu, couldn't figure out what to order. That's why besides ordinary needs for a tourist, we put in a lot of work to include images and descriptions of food and drinks, so that people like me can order like a pro and really pamper their taste buds in a Greek restaurant!
Have a fabulous time in Greece or in a Greek restaurant.
About the Author
"Work like you don't need the money. Love like you've never been hurt. Dance like nobody's watching..." Satchel Paige
Carol Diaz is an bi-lingual author and life coach who has lived in Taipei, Bogota and in many cities in the United States. She attained Bachelor and Masters' degrees in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University and an MBA from UCLA.
Carol is a firm believer that travel enriches our lives more than anything else and has also written several travel related books covering Greece, Spain, France and Japan and the uplifting Camino Miracles, which was inspired by her experience walking Camino de Santiago.
She loves staying for extended periods in other countries, so that she can dig deep into the people, food, culture and history of a place. She has travelled to almost 30 countries and has no plans to stop any time soon.
In her free time Carol enjoys reading, singing, dancing, meditating and learning new things at every opportunity. She is a keen animal lover and lover of the great outdoors and has previously worked as a volunteer at horse stables in Hawaii.
Carol is continuing to write books and her EFT range will soon be available in English. She hopes they will empower people and help them to relieve the stresses of life and realize their passion and mission instead. And her travel writing will also bring people closer together and show them how we have more in common than we have differences.