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... was worried about the gas level so I pulled into a small, sketchy looking gas station with not much around it. The Greek version of Gomer Pile came out and gave me the blank stare. I blurted out, "1 liter please", and he picked up the nozzle and looked at me and said "fill up", so I said, "ok", whatever to get the heck out of there. We were way off the beaten path and I was well aware of the financial situation Greese was currently in. 3.61€ later and we was ...
... a Greek island (and probably where I was most excited to go) but when we got back to our room we had a letter explaining the weather was too bad to go to Crete, so we now will have another day at sea, and be heading to Izmir, Turkey instead. I was a little bummed, but getting to go another place in Turkey should be fun. After harassing the front desk people again about my phone (the one guy literally runs ...
... and tsunami which buried the site under about 10 feet of mud. It was the Germans who first excavated the site. They are still working on the excavations today. There were two large temples, one to Hera and one to Zeus. The temple to Zeus contained a very large statue of Zeus made of gold. Of course, that disappeared over the years. We saw where the Olympic flame is lit ...
... there. Some columns and part buildings were still standing and we got some good photos. The track and field area looked small, well short of 400 metres - it was too hot to test it out - with a low and small in area grass amphitheater that the sign said could hold 45,000 people. The ships departure was about 5pm today but we were back on board about 3pm after a quick look at shops and a 45 minute stay in an internet cafe. The sign said high speed ...
... day was partly cloudy and warm. Very warm in the sun. We had the usual slow start to the day. We both still felt full after last night dinner - it was our first transgression into serious recreational eating. Even Craig didn't have breakfast though he drank milk all day. It wasn't until 5pm when we had something light to eat - an ice cream. Craig went to the gym to do a weights workout about 11am and about midday he headed to the pool deck to sunbath and swim. ...