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... potatoes and honey! The meat burger thing we had was so good, it practically melted in your mouth, and the potatoes, and well I don’t think you can mess up potatoes. Since it was still raining when we finished eating Dr. Hatlie ordered desert, fried dough balls covered in honey and powdered sugar. Finally a desert besides fruit (not that I don’t love fruit, but it’s not necessarily desert…). When the rain slowed down ...
... 5km away, the stress sinks is as we cannot find a cab near by shop keepers discuss in Greek if any of them can give us a ride - you have to love the kindness of the Greeks. Luckily we find a cab and mange to get to the port and aboard the ferry by 5.30pm. We spend the night playing cards with two Greek boys who are traveling around Europe on the euro rail for the next month. Sleeping on the deck of the ferry tonight as we are to cheap to pay for cabins this is going to be ...
... Pythian Games became an eight day affair! It had always started with a reenactment of Apollo slaying the python, various religious ceremonies and a procession of the singers and dancers all the way up the Sacred Way to the Temple of Apollo followed by a few days of feasting. Then the song and dance performances were held in the amphitheatre. It was only later, much later, that athletics was added in the form of boxing, wrestling, running events and ...
... and above the prepaid $3,000 rail pass.
In 60 days we visited 36 cities in 17 countries. We stayed in some places a few hours, but averaged 1-2 nights. We caught 58 trains including 4 overnight trains, most of which we ran to but never missed and occasionally very nearly forgot to get off. Although I cursed the Eurail pass daily, in the 59 days, we managed to cover 10,942km in 159 hours spent on trains!
Day 60 is tomorrow, we are using the last day to get to ...
... inscription on one side- and that I could barely decode. When I say "barely," I really mean I couldn't at all.
We spent our first afternoon in Delphi admiring the view of the mountain range, taking ridiculous photos of ourselves (and our gummy bear who made it to this blog's title) near the cliff edges, and visiting the Temple of Athena. That evening, we ventured into ...