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... always makes me feel better. I know it is a bit old school, but there are times when a pen and paper can't be beat. Shoe bag because after walking around the dirty streets you don't want those shoes next to your clean clothes. Lastly, I swear by Eagle Creek compression packing cubes. They'll change the way you pack forever!
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... and we watched the flip flop recede into the distance as we made our way back towards Naoussa harbour. Once back, I had to hop from foot to foot on the blazing hot pavement while Sandra ran off to find replacements. What I have now pale in comparison to my lost flip flop, which could make that tell tale flip and flop sound like no other. I hope it finds a new home, perhaps with a guy who only needs one. We are getting ready to head off to dinner in town. Until next ...
... perhaps a bit more graffiti and uncut grass, but no beggars,
which was surprising. No signs of any refugees at Piraeus either, although we
had heard that a ferry-load of them arrived a short time ago.
So we are leaving Greece after around five weeks, and we
don’t think we will be back. Lovely though ...
... standing in such contrast to the green fields and hills surrounding it. We stopped to take in the view from afar. Pulling into the parking area there was only one other car there. How nice it would be, we all commented, to view it without the hordes of people that we know we will encounter at the sites in Athens. As we got ready to exit the car, I realized I couldn't find my phone. I didn't have it. Damn I thought, I must have left it at the restaurant but I remembered ...
... s - this included an umbrella, a table, and the service of the restaurant staff if you were too lazy to go and get your own things. Also there was plenty of African touters selling their wares from designer handbags , watches, clothes, DVDs, Greek CD's hats and so on. Having said that there is little if any touting in Greece and no hard sell. Shortly after 11am the loungers were pretty much filled / sold out - our neighbours were a couple from Manchester both men but very nice ...