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When we woke up this morning, neither of us could move without complaint. Calves, knees, thighs, and even abs had taken a toll from the day before. Yowza! Man, are we out of shape. I wonder how some of those other people faired??
We started off the morning by stumbling down to the port for a tour through the Maritime Museum. As we were coming down the stairs, holding onto the railing for dear life, an older couple started coming up ...
... in the tiny town of Agia Pelaglia. The town has a few tiny beaches and surrounded by olive and grape plants on the hills. We were greeted in the morning with breakfast on the balcony including home made Greek yoghurt and honey, homemade bread with jams made by 'muma' and plenty of baklava, fruit and tomatoes. After breakfast we wondered down into town to the beaches, and after climbing a few rocks were rewarded with ...
... the shop, the divemasters had asked us to tell them when we got down to 120 bars. Brad quickly got there, but another guy was down to 100 and hadn’t checked. Oh boy.
They split the group in 2 at that point – people with 120 and less went back and greater than 120 kept going. Since I was at 140, they paired me with someone else. Big mistake! Never leave your buddy. Never. Within seconds my buddy disappeared, never to be seen again until ...
... uncovered from tombs (cremation) & all the small artefacts, were handmade of course, were offerings to the gods. So intricate in detail & the gold so paper thin. Women of wealth were depicted in artworks with their hands in the air showing of their jewellery & status....nothings changed has it! The intricacies of design & clasps can be seen in today's jewellery. Your earring that hangs from your ear hangs with the same hook design made ...
... train car. Jen pushed ahead through the crowd and managed to squeak on staring as I inched my way towards the doors. I had visions of the train leaving without me – as there was simply no room. Jen was so far into the car however, that there was no way she would be able to get off either though. So in I pushed, hoofing my suitcase against the soft and supple shins of sweaty Grecians on their morning commute. We might have ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet