Dionyssos Nafsica

Address: Epirus, 49081, Greece | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by jolotravelling on Nov 05, 2014

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This is where I aspire to travel within the next 3 years: Remaining 2014: * Ruta Mayas - Mexico - Guatemala, maybe also Honduras? (new countries) 2015 * China (new country) * Ireland (new country) * Naples - Amalfi coast - Pompeii * Russia (new country) 2016 * ...

My travel bucket list

A travel blog entry by jolotravelling on Nov 03, 2014

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... Naples, Amalfi coast and Pompeii

* the unknown (to me) Northern Spain

* an all-classic USA roadtrip through California and all the way to Grand Canyon

* a visit back to magical Egypt, to visit the new Egyptian museum (currently under construction) and reach its far southern boarder to visit the breathtaking temple of Abu Sibel

* a roadtrip through Scotland's lakes, a taste of which I took through a short but amazing day out of Edinburg, back in ...

Day 43 - Katakolon Greece

A travel blog entry by ttdaniel on Sep 30, 2014

... br> Once aboard the ship we went for a coffee, then to a bar and later in the evening queried reception about what the theatre show was about. Our daily program advised the show was called Tribute but there was no blurb about the show (this should have been our first warning). The receptionist did not know but assured us all their shows were good (second warning). Tonights dress code was gala. We dressed up and went to ...

Crossing the Finish Line in Olympia

A travel blog entry by halleyc on Apr 28, 2014

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... track had been, with the original marble starting line. There was a huge Temple of Zeus, and even a Cheater’s Row, where they’d send players who were accused of cheating. Back then, lion’s blood was thought to be a performance enhancing drug. Someone would have to drink the urine of the athletes, and if they tasted lion blood, the person was expelled. There were many strange facts learned that day.

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Katakalon, Greece

A travel blog entry by a_j_s on Aug 28, 2013

So this is a super small port, it literally took me ten minutes to walk up the Main Street and back down along the water front. The weather is amazing and very hot here! I bumped into Michelle, Rebecca and Sarah they where sat having drinks celebrating Michelle's Birthday, she turned twenty two today. The celebrations will continue tonight on deck five (crew deck) It's nice sitting on deck ...