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... enjoy the busyness of the road and not to mention having the entertainment of watching the waiters jet in and out of traffic. I sit, watch, and reflect amidst the peaceful chaos. I can't say enough how much I've enjoyed my time in Crete. It wasn't all great but as a whole the experience was enjoyable. There have been many moments of clarity & understanding, through both good and bad experiences and I'm glad that I've experienced everything I have. There were ...
... Greece is the total mistress, the secret life that even those living in it, the foreigners I means don't fully comprehend. Here, is a country where in 1 month, 2 months, 3 or 6 you will still find it hard to get comfortable in, no matter how much you try, you'll find that comfort comes slow and at times you think you've progressed to a deeper level but these moments of understanding are ...
... From the stalactite/stalagmite depths of the Sfentoni Cave to the palace at Phaistos we've traveled the ancient roads of the Minoans, visited the Roman baths, seen some of the locales of WWII incursions and other civil defense battles that have provided an overview of the long history of invasions that have helped to shape the landscape and culture ...
... in his surroundings brings a calmness to the air. The first obstacle in navigation is achieved will little trouble whilst the second turns into an adventure of another magnitude. Struggle after struggle they trek on in hopes of finding their destination. At a fork in the road they are forced to evaluate the path ahead to which they quickly but thoughtfully determine is unfit for their steed. In this moment, and as any group ...
We are in ancient Knossos, which is the oldest city in Europe. This was the capital city of the Minoan civilisation. On the walls of the palace we saw paintings of dolphins and people jumping over bulls. We also saw the entrance of were the minotaur lived.
On the same day we celebrated St Alexandros Day. In my ...