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... moving although some other visitors of faith did. I did appreciate how it must be a real calling to live in such a life style.
It was a great tour, the scenery was other world like and hearing a bit about the history and imagining how they must have built these structures and want to live in them like eagles nests is fascinating. Speaking of birds we saw a black stork up there (very rare) and apparently the last 4 white Egyptian Vultures live ...
... at the spot that Leonidas took 300 of his Spartan solders against hundreds of thousands of Persians and funnelled them to a very small land area between the sea and the hills. They fought for 3 days but were betrayed and the Persians were led around behind the Spartans to flank them. All 300 died. "THIS IS SPARTA" Monasteries: To get away from invading forces trying to kill them the monks came here to hide. They built them high on the hill and ...
... or not. It appeared
that he could not believe that the train was on time for once, but once he had
accepted this, he looked round for his passengers, and much to our relief said
Off we went at a good pace and shortly afterwards he took a call on his mobile
to which he replied “Ne (Yes)”, which we assumed was Kosta checking that he had
found us. The he had a ...
... to the station and I came back to the hotel.
I was hoping to meet other travelers who are on their way to Thessaloniki tomorrow too, but there were no other travelers hanging out at the hotel. This is why hostels can be better at times because it just makes it so much easier to meet people. Hopefully I’ll find some people on my bus tomorrow going the same direction, but it’s only a three hour ride anyway, so I can handle that on my ...
... historical figure being inside this structure at some point in time. This museum was informative for us all.
As we ended our day by taking the two hour drive to the town of Kalambaka, another student presentation was given to the class and professors. Marlana Cirillo, Crystal Ingram and myself gave a presentation on pop music of Greece and Turkey. To start the presentation Crystal Ingram gave ...