Chrissi Amoudia Hotel
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... with family and friends but I will take part in the art of giving thanks. On a daily basis I have this practice whilst travelling but today especially is a day I have been reflecting on my experiences here in Crete and as a whole on my overall time in Greece. What makes today extra special is that it is not only thanksgiving but also the two year anniversary of having left my country for a life abroad, and of course my final night on the island. I am thankful ...
... a kind person because who knows where I would have ended up if I continued walking alone. After returning back to my hotel room, the night just got worse and continued to bring me problems. The highlight or the let's say finer moment of my life was when I woke up in the morning; not only did I feel like death but never have I ever felt that I couldn't ever return back to a hotel again, the cleaning lady would have not been happy is all I will say. No more Raki for ...
... It's as if I'm pursing someone who I can't fully have, maybe not just now but probably forever. A game of constant flirting back and forth that will never develop into something more even if you've had significant moments that have brought you closer. This is my relationship with Greece. In the only way I can remotely describe it and probably still one that may make no sense to anyone out ...
... 8220;Okay, we go.”
And now here I am, telling you this story...still sick, though. But maybe I have to sleep or something before the drink will actually cure me.
Time will tell, I’ll keep you posted.
p.s it is now the next day after a decent sleep and I can tell you - I'm still sick. This is clearly beyond rakki's help, and no matter what a fisherman tries to tell you ... he isn't a doctor. That's a fact.
... society of Minions who dominated southern Europe 4000 years ago.
The site is dotted with frescoes and pillars painted in rich red and black as well as giant pots that have been carefully pieced back together. Some even taller and rounder than me! The Kings throne room has a replica throne and a wooden version alongside the marble benches the citizens sat on while waiting for an audience with the man himself. ...