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... shops and a market place, dominated by the Temple of Apollo.
The impressive Peirene Fountain was the major source of the towns water supply.
We return to the ship, but the exceitement continues.
Whilst working on some photos, I get distracted and go out of the cabin onto the vreanda to look at something we are passing. On the return, I stub my toe, but feeling much, I returned to the computer. Jeannette notices some blood on the carpet. We try to bandage it, but it keeps ...
We had the privilege of staying in a small village just outside of Tripoli for 5 weeks. During that time we got to know many of the villagers and despite the language barrier, they got to know us as well. We were made to feel very welcome and were included in May Day activities, Mother's Day celebrations, church activities, dinners with family and coffee on the square. We also had the opportunity to explore the area around the village; first by foot, then bikes and later with a car we ...
... the extreme. All too often we come back from travelling and feel like we need a holiday. And yes I indeed have gone off on a tangent.
So to reign back from that massive sidebar, sometimes when travelling we just need a bit of R'n'R, a relax time to recuperate, recharge, relax and re-energize, recreate and rest, recline and nap during the day (I'm out of arrrrr's). And what better way than a bit of telly in the hotel.
... 2 hours to Tripoli to Georgia's house, my Great aunt, wife to my grandfather's brother, Bill.
Her granddaughter and my cousin Panagiota was married int he village of our grandparents of Doriza and the reception was held in Tripoli. The wedding was brilliant all around. ...
... Athina's help to take us to see the temple of Apollo, our 5th UNESCO sight in 24 hours. The roads were very narrow with hairpin bends and little or no signage as we crawled through tiny villages. Eventually we found it. Not the ancient temple sitting in a field we expected, but a massive circus tent! The tent was given to Greece by China (as a gift after the Athens Olympics) to protect the temple whilst it undergoes restoration. We could however still ...