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... that was……not only did our cab driver not know where our gate was, but he couldn’t tell us because he spoke no English. He got us in the general direction of the gates and started to drive along the docks. Fortunately, we saw the boat…….ours is a tall ship with sales and has four masts. As soon as we saw it, he stopped at a boom gate and got us out of the taxi, we paid and he drove away. Eeeeeek……..we didn’t have ...
... five or six guys up there, two of them were working, the others were standing around watching the crowds
On the way down I visited the Ancient Agora. This was the heart of Athens back in the day. The place where Socrates wandered around in bare feet asking his questions and challenging everything. On hearing some of the stories I came to the conclusion he was the original crazy guy on the tram. The agora was both a place of worship and of trade & ...
... turkish delight really has shocked the system. In hindsight, in Turkey, I was sugar overloading and my body got use to it. Now, its the opposite so I'll have an adjustment period.
After the museum, we walked up to the Acropolis which is not just the big temple but the whole hill. The big temple at the top is called the Parthenon, which unfortunately is under renovation for another 30 years so it was impossible to get a clean photo. The structures around it ...
... said we had to meet at the Princess Theatre – I looked at the tickets and it seemed a bit odd to me, but nevertheless we went to the theatre and were given a sticker.
I said to the guy, where do we get our return tickets for the shuttle. He looked at me like I was mad and I looked at him like he was mad. He said the sticky tag was our return ticket and we could get on any shuttle. I asked how often they run and he said 5.15pm. What? I told him this was ...
... were crowds of tourists and there were touts for carriages for tourists to climb up the hill to the entrance. I didn't take a ride because it was too expensive, and walked to the entrance. I talked with some touts about the living conditions of Greece after the Greek crisis. At that time their lives seemed to not be so serious as I had expected in Japan, although many Japanese people hesitated to travel to this country because ...
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