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... boy"... although my luggage does not have the room for the added weight, I just decided it was time to add the second "personal carryon item" and bought it. pretty cool piece. After we left the store, we started walking away and then we decided to turn back and ask for a recommendation for dinner. The lady and her husband talked back and forth for a minute and then wrote a place down after giving us directions. We found the place without problem after the ...
I was very excited to be visiting Athens and in particular to be going to the Acropolis and seeing The Parthenon. Well overall I would have to say I was a bit underwhelmed. Athens didn't really do anything for me, the tour guide left a bit to be desired and the crowds, scaffolding and cranes at The Parthenon was horrid! We arrived early; about 9.30am and already there was quite a ...
... means a delimited area where the Masai people cannot live or bring their herds, there are no fences to seperate the wild animals from the Masai. We don’t see any predators (cats and dogs) but the elephants, giraffes, ostriches are there and keep us entertained. After the game drive, we check-in our lodge which is near the park but the access is so bad that it takes 20 minutes to get there. We’re the only guests in the lodge and we’re treated like princes. We have 2 ...
... with the foreign passports like we were.
All the Greek men tend to look like Zorba, which is ridiculous because Anthony Quinn isn't Greek!!!!
Nice friendly people and our hotel is lovely. And the Wifi is perfect.
Tomorrow is a public holiday and all the museums and ruins are closed. But the hotel is going to tell us what to do and where to go.
So, tomorrow, I should have photos to upload.
The weather is nice and sunny and only 23C which is just right.
... of years, so our guide gave us some of its history on our way through. Our first stop was the showpiece of any Athens tour - the Acropolis, with its iconic Parthenon. This temple to Athena was built 2,500 years ago and has had a history as storied as Athens. It has been continually in restoration and preservation mode for over 150 years now, since Greece became independent (interestingly, a dividing point for ...