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... away tea.
6 Aug. We had heavy overnight rain, good for the gardens but the day dawned sunny and warm.Packed a total of 63kgs ready for our flight to Athens tomorrow. Later we all walked (the Boys scootered)down to Zizzis Italian on Chiswick High St for dinner,where we all enjoyed an excellent meal.
7 Aug. Awoke early to another fine morning, had breakfast then the Taxi came 15 min early, so at 9.45 ...
... is this way. There are many breathtakingly beautiful sites and then just a few yards away, an inner city mess. The Acropolis area is somewhat protected by the Plaka (a neighborhood that is traditional old Athens - filled with Tavernas and shops- a real tourist attraction and utterly charming) We dropped our bags in our room and hustled to the Acropolis Museum. We had about six hours to see all that we could before the historical sites closed at 8 pm. The ...
... source comes from Lake Victoria and an underwater spring. The source of the river is already quite large and there are some birds around. We take a few photos, have lunch on the Nile and drive back to Kampala. Back in Kampala, we chill the rest of the time. The kids do their homework in the morning then we head to a resort with a pool. The kids love it while we’re happy to relax. Believe it or not, this hasn’t happened often on this trip. On the 19th of May, it’s ...
... quickly called it quits at that point and cashed out. Which was perfect timing because it was finally time for dinner at that point.
For dinner you got pasta, plus a main dish, plus salad, plus bread and a drink. All of it was so yummy and the perfect pre long nights sleep meal.
Just took a Benadryl and now headed to bed, hoping I sleep this whole boat ride and when I wake up we will be in ...
... caught, neutered and chipped to keep track of them. This
way, they don’t breed and become a problem and seem to be better fed than the pet cats
because everyone feels responsible for them. This one lived around the Zeus
Temple and was pretty fat.
After this, it was off to the Parthenon and Acropolis, which,
by the way are together on the same hill. Well, actually the word Acropolis means: Top of the hill and the Parthenon ...