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... an odd feeling, being the minority, but I think I can get used to it.
My first conversation in Greek went perfectly, it consisted of only about 5 words but I was quite proud of my efforts! The gentleman receiving my passport also seemed to appreciate the attempt. After leaving the airport was my first actual attempt at translating the signs and words written all around me. I don't think that people realize how much is written in the ...
... went on a search to "Discover Athens" and actually discover some funky new street food places. First 360 cafe in Plaka for a morning coffee overlooking the Parthanon. From there we looked around the shops, saw the old antique shops and also the fresh fish and meat market. We were lucky to make it out alive and not butchered to be honest as all the men there had never seen two girls before in their lives. We ...
... up the hills to get to the top, and I have no idea how these older people could do it. I was out of breath before reaching the top. One of the most famous structures here is the Parthanon. It is really remarkable that this structure is still standing. I was truly amazed at how well it has been preserved. We also saw the Temple of Athena, and the theatre of Dionysus. You could see for miles and miles and there were amazing views of Greece. After, this ...
... back something very damn quick which I think was ‘That will be 5 Euros please.’ I handed over the cash and she gave it back. She got my muffin and coffee and then came back and rambled off something else in Italian. I think it was ‘There you go. I like your shirt today.’ I just finished with a solid ‘Grazie, ciao’ and ran away with my tray before she could say anything else to confuse me.
... oversee every site and make sure that no one is sitting on the stones or ruining the antiquities. They will also blow their whistles if you go beyond the ropes or take disrespectful pictures with buildings or statues. We compare them to life guards. We walked through the museum before walking to the Agora for the second time on the trip. Before entering the Agora, we were given a half hour to find something to drink and get out of the scorching sun for a ...