Christos Konstantoudakis is from Chania, Crete. His wife of many years (Maria) and he have three lovely daughters, all talented professionals living and working on the island. He has traveled or worked in many places and for long around the world. Christos originally studied Economics and Accounting, finishing with a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from Ball State University in Indiana (USA). Recently retired from a career at the Computer Center at the Technical University in Chania, he has recently conducted numerous seminars on Hosted Accommodation and Managing Tourism Businesses. As a landowner on the island, Christos manages his groves of olive and orange trees, vegetable gardens and farm animals. He loves fine dining, good wine, card games, cinema, sports, and the sea. Friends describe Christos as one with a good heart and an adventuresome and somewhat restless spirit. The hospitality is legendary on Crete. Villagers have always had a tradition of protection and care for travelers. Having been raised in a small village (Moulette), Christos retains those values and looks forward to personally seeing to each traveler’s needs.