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Following our family reunion in Italy, Blake, Amy and the two of us head off to the many lands of Greece. We went to the islands of Crete and Santorini with Blake and Amy, then after they deserted us for work we went to the island of Naxos followed by Athens.
Unfortunately it is now the end of any planned time with family and friends but here is an open invitation to everyone to catch us in Spain, South America or anywhere else that ...
... bombed with 10 people killed, a Frenchman beheaded and his head stuck on a wire and the horrific seaside tourist bombing in Tunisia where at least 27 on the beach were gunned down. OMG what's the world coming to!?
It struck me that it doesn't matter where you are from, as usual the BBC reporters ask the most ridiculous questions of those at the scene...."did you feel a bit scared!?" Yes, I think they would have!!
6pm and we were pretty hungry ...
... phased by all the walking (when I was 23 I was the same) but by the end of the day I'm stuffed!! And he is carrying my heavy case everywhere... I'm spoilt for sure. Still it's all good exercise and a reminder of how unfit I have become :( I guess we don't smell too bad but I'm looking forward to being able to wash some items!! AND very excited to spend four glorious days in Santorini!!! I plan to lay by the pool for at least half a ...
... site was built over a thousand years, the impressive stuff (Parthenon, Erechtheion Temple, etc.) was built over a decade only.
Found our way home again (after getting lost a few times) spending some time shopping for a watch battery, wine for cruise, etc.. Had a short sleep.
Left for the Acropolis Museum in the afternoon thru Plaka and almost made it the whole way ...
... whole of Athens. The city looked massive and showed how much exploring we have ahead of us - we could also see the sea from there too! There was also the Monument of Filopappou which was built in 114 AD - so as you can imagine was another amazing thing to see. We then continued our exploration of the hill to see what other hidden treasures we could find. Luckily for us the it was full of amazing sights such as the 16th Century Church of ...