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1817 – book: Joice NanKivell Loch – A Fringe of Blue

In the small ‘library’of our summer holiday resort ‘Skitis Hotel-Bungalows’ I found this book of the wife of Sidney Loch, Joice NanKivell Loch, who lived in the tower until her death in 1981. The book is called  “A fringe of blue … Continue reading

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1214 – Joice Nankivell Loch

The tower in Ouranopoli was the home to an Australian couple, Sidney and Joice Loch, whom we paid earlier attention in this weblog. The tower of Ouranopoli in 1967 Today I will show you some pictures of Joice Nankivell Loch, who … Continue reading

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851 – Sydney Lochs grave

We already wrote about Sydney Loch in blog 319. Vasilis mailed us some pictures from Ouranopolis, and I was surprized to see some of the grave of Loch. He and his wife are burried somewhere in a graveyard in Ouranopolis. … Continue reading

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847 – Ouranopolis

The small and cosy town of Ouranopolis, with boats on the beach and the old building, where the famous Sidney Loch and his wife lived. View from the tower to the North The peer with tourist boats, the only way … Continue reading

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319 – Sydney Loch’s book about Athos

I visited the Holy Mountain first in 1980. Ouranopolis – 1980 : Although I didn’t realize at that moment, his wife Joyce was still living in the old tower of Ouranopolis. She died only a couple of years later, in … Continue reading

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141 -Sidney Lochs Tower

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82 – Lochs Boekenkast

In de toren van Ouranopolis is de kamer met de typemachine en wat meubels van Loch te bezichtigen. Het sprak zeer tot mijn verbeelding deze kamers te bezoeken na het lezen van zijn interessante verslagen over Athos. Een deel van … Continue reading

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