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Perivolas Oia Santorini is a stunning hotel located in Oia, on the island of Santorini, in Greece. Originally designed as a family home, Perivolas still feels like a private residence. Intimate in scale and atmosphere, every house is different. Built by native craftsmen using local materials, interiors embody Cycladic style, with its organic forms and smooth surfaces.

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Breezy rooms are naturally cooled by sculpted stone walls and vaulted ceilings pierced by skylights. Beds are built into snug alcoves, adorned with a posy of hand-picked flowers.Niches and archways are scooped out of whitewashed walls, low-slung sofas offset by hand-woven rugs and cushions in vivid fuschia and lilac. Timeless and quietly glamorous, interiors are pared down so that nothing distracts from the show-stopping views and nothing disturbs the intensity of the stillness.

Perivolas Oia Santorini Perivolas Oia Santorini is a stunning hotel located in Oia, on the island of Santorini, in Greece. 
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Sadly, Guam’s leaders who are speaking on behalf of the island community are deaf to the many voices who do not support the build-up. 

Recently, without notifying the public or any of our locally elected officials, Guam’s congressional representative Madeleine Bordallo introduced a bill in Washington that allows the Navy to turn Ritidian, Guam’s only Wildlife Refuge and one of the oldest ancient sites, into a Marine Live Firing Range surface danger zone. Additionally, the governor of Guam released the statement, “I want there to be clear message from Guam about the military build-up, we welcome it and we are at the table with the Navy to iron out the details.” As an unincorporated territory, the people of Guam are never at the table when the US makes decisions about our future. 

The world needs to know how we really feel about the military build-up because our leaders are clearly not hearing our concerns. Our sacred islands should not be used to train for war. We are calling out to friends on island and throughout the world to help us let the US military, the “Guamanian” governor and congresswoman know that we DO NOT support the destruction and contamination of our island’s natural environment nor the taking of our sacred ancestral lands. Please take at least 10 minutes of your time to post a sign, statement, song, or video expressing your thoughts on the military build-up in the Marianas. Our islands are sacred, all of them! 
#ourislandsaresacred #letourvoicesbeheard