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... why the naked steppe, why don't they hug, don't they kiss, why don't they sing happy songs, why have they blackened so much from black poverty, why don't they feed the 'babey'?" - a Dostoyevsky character, sadly interpreting a dream *
"It's a spiritual problem, psychological. In order for the world to change, the people themselves must psychologically turn down a new road." - a Dostoyevsky character *
"There's nothing better than a ...
... hotel, nothing flash but it was rather luxurious to us. Meteora was very cool. We stayed in a village called Kalambaka which is surrounded by huge natural sandstone rock pillars on top of which monasteries were built in approx. 11 century. It's a very impressive sight, I can't imagine how difficult it was getting all the materials up there - I could barely walk myself up! After arriving and sorting out our accommodation we ate a gyros (kebab), a popular Greek food, and headed ...
... drivers. The Wadi Rum was my favourite part of the trip. The sun behaved and never got as hot as we were prepared for, and our jeep trip through the sands was exhilarating. Three hours of the wind in our hair and the golden evening sun on our faces as we watched the sandstone mountains turn from brown, to orange and to glorious red before the sun slipped behind them turning the range to purple in the waning light. It wasn't until we checked in to the ...
... to get hot water in the shower. That being said it is comfortable, the staff are relatively friendly and it is chalked full of Canadians.
Nathan and I spent the late evening walking around town, grabbing a quick bite to eat at one of Athens's many bakeries, which seem to be open quite late. The bakeries are filled with a variety of delectable pastries and breads, many of which I have never heard of before. I was pleasantly surprised to discover that ...
Word of the day
Karyatis- Greek goddess of the nut-trees
Styamas- (stig-yah –mas) Cheers! *clink glasses*
Phrase of the Day
Polee eneh Akvrava (poh-lee ee-neh Ah-Kra-vah)- It's too expensive!
This morning we took an 11 am Tram into Athens. Gypsies roam between the cars playing accordion and begging for change. We arrived in the city a little after noon. We then learned ...