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... tour guides a respectable tip if deserved.
- If you've traveled around Europe you know it is easy to get burned out on seeing churches.... Sorry, had to dodge that lightening that just struck. I have not spent much time in Catholic churches and after traveling Europe I find this branch of Christianity quite interesting both historically and in modern day. Anyway, I believe no matter your religious beliefs, seeing Saint Peter's Basilica is a ...
... streets, and the
remains of a small castle, unusually made of bits and pieces of Greek temple
and whatever else they happened to have around at the time.
There is also an impressive cathedral “of 100 doors” but we
couldn’t count more than a few. On a hill nearby, a couple of ...
... There was apparently a Maltese connection here - someone bought an icon of the Virgin Mary from Malta and kept it here at some stage. I hope it liked earthquakes.
On the way back I see a professional photo shoot where a model is doing weird yoga poses on the roof of a church. I take a picture of her. No one asks me for money.
Issy is getting worse instead of better. She launches into antibiotics. I get some take away gyros and bread for ...
... little towns are built along the rim of the 'caldera', which is quite narrow so when you are walking along the top at some parts you can see water on both sides. It is renowned for its beauty of traditional domed white washed houses and blue churches, a couple of windmills, the cobalt blue sea and magic sunsets. Houses and accommodation are built along and down the cliffs which are very steep and consequently there are lots of steep steps to navigate. ...
... which proved to be very entertaining as we dodged on coming traffic and donkeys. Our last stop was the ancient site of akrotiri which was actually really cool. A whole ancient site inside a building, it was awesome because all the things had been preserved well so you could actually see the stuff they used from 3500 years ago rather than looking at crumbled ruins which is what I was accustomed to. After debating where to eat for about 2 hours, we finished ...