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... from AA to, I don't know, ZZ probably. 'Go to BC,' she told us. 'What! D?' we all said. 'No. B!' ... Last year, the company assigned me to raise $20,000 for the 'Save the Children' Fund. Our company is obligated to raise money for charity. It's not like they really care about doing good things. So, I had to run a race, and get everyone in the office to run with me, and explain to Greeks what 'giving to charity' means ..."
-----Chrys, meanwhile, was ...
... began if 18992. The American School of Classical studies began excavation of the Agora, the plaza & market place, in 1896 and they are still there, ceasing only for the World War. We pass the Glauke Fountain on the way to the museum. Glauke is the daughter of the king Kreon of Corinth. When Jason, of Argonauts fame, and his
wife Medea came to Corinth, Jason wished to marry Gkauke and abandonned
Medea. Enraged, Medea gave Glauke a poisoned cloaked as gift. Wearing
... being warmly greeted each day by a villager.
From the minute we set foot in Greece, we have been consumed by the Greek landscape - the blue sky above, the white sand below, the olive groves to mountains and of course the sun! Each year they enjoy more than 250 days of sunshine or 3,000 sunny hours. This country is no escape from the everyday, but is an excuse to see it, smell it, feel it, taste it and consider it from the perspective of the locals living it.
... 20-30 degree summers! A fantastic thing happened at the Bus Station - we asked to pick up the lost iPad from the boys. The lady removed it from the safe and the boys gave her a hand written letter of thanks to the bus driver and 20 euros. But the lady said: no no, the letter is enough! And was so moved by the letter, it almost made Mrs B cry! The losing of the iPad taught us: there are ...
... my book-learning.
I arrive at a car park on a hill, with a post office, pine trees and not much else it seems. two coaches are about to leave, taking nearly all the people around with them and leaving the place very quiet. I'm pleased to see the post office is manned, otherwise it would be quite unnerving here.
I have a small wheeled holdall, which I'm invited to leave in a safe place, for which I am very grateful.
The cafe ...