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... group as for it is very educational and also some fun by riding a seqway throughout Athens.
After exploring some of Athens everyone got a bit peckish, so we rode our segways around for a little longer and found a little bakery which made bread and pies from scratch, the traditional way. Man, I gotta tell you that was the best dam pie I have ever had! I was looking forward to eating some of Greece's more famous traditional food but you can't ...
... building was covered in the stuff. I like that in Australia, we don’t attempt to restore stuff, we just let it all fall down. I don’t see any scaffolding along the coast of Port Campbell ‘restoring’ the Apostles that have fallen down.
On Saturday, we spent a gruelling four hours in rough seas getting from Athens to the island of Ios. Once we got there, our hotel was built into a hill overlooking the ...
... stage. Inside, the band was awesome, loud and everyone was dancing!
We left right after the Crocodiles to run back to the subway station before it got too dark out. Thankfully, the streets had dried up by this time.
We took the bus back to the hotel and tried to stomach some cold leftover pizza. But it wasn't good enough for us!
We went out with Saba and shared a Nutella waffle with two scoops of gelato. DELICIOUS!
Good night ...
I was surprised that we needed to climb up residential streets in order to get to the Acropolis. When we finally made it, we found the price was right…free today. We toured around the ancient Partheon and also the ancient city of Agora. It is amazing how old the structures are.
When we’d had enough (and it was getting hot), we went back to the Plaka to shop.
... we walked back down towards the remains of the Agora marketplace. The ruins there are not as prominent as those of the Parthenon and also not as well maintained, but with what you can see walking around and with the help of signs and guidebooks putting together what it was like so many years ago, you really get a sense of how small you are in the grand scheme of time.
There was a small museum right next to the Agora ruins and we took some time ...