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... and tackling Asia over the summer. I met my friends Sam and Brendan one evening for a stunning meal around the corner from the backpackers. I had met them in the Cinque Terre and they were passing through for one night. I had a delicious bean soup and stuffed zucchinis. The highlight though was most definitely home made tzatziki. OH MY GOD. I went back the next day to get a takeaway container to keep in the fridge. I think i ate it with bread for every meal the following ...
... night before to take us to the port. In the end I don't know if her help was a blessing or a curse. The driver was a complete MANIAC!! He was driving 100km down roads that would be 50km in Aus. We we're driving down the windy road to the port and he was overtaking cars round beds with on coming traffic! Thank goodness somehow we managed to survive and get down to the port. We boarded the ferry and now we've just been chilling on it for the last 7 and a bit hours. Not long now then on to ...
... Like moths to a flame, we found ourselves at a place serving bagels with photos of NYC on the wall. Cue laughter.
When it was time for our next leg of the flight, we waited nearby the gate. And waited. The flight was late. We made our way to the desk agent, the last ones in line. Hold everything .. "Do you have your baggage ticket?" There we were scrambling through purses and bags, laying things on the desk in a ...
Phrase of the day-
Pou boroume na pame na chorepsoume?- Poo- Boroomeh nah pahmeh nah khorehpsoomeh?
-Where can we go dancing?
Today was a free day- much needed after our long journey yesterday. After hotel breakfast, we had two hours of class.
In Entrepreneurship we discussed our final projects for the class. Firstly, we need to make a photo/video ...
... of Dias, Parthenon, akropolis amongst hundreds of tourists! We weren't quite prepared for dealing with so many tourists, mostly Americans or school groups. Acropolis was pretty amazing although most of it is covered in scaffold holding it all together. Turns out our ticked includes entry to other ruins around Athens. By the time we finished in athens it was lunch so we wandered away from all of the flashy tourist restaurants with great views of acropolis to ...