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Romy's turn to blog. I've either been napping . . . what a surprise . . . or we've had some trouble figuring out the internet access. Both the Turkish and Greek alphabets have enough differences that the keyboards have kind of fouled us up. We've been in Thessaloniki for the last two days and will be leaving a little later today to check out the …
... We saw the policemen chasing the crowd and they werenīt even hiding the fact they wanted to hit some of them really hard.
After a while we felt enough safe to leave the place and started walking back to our hotel. We definitely didnīt want to be outside anymore.
In any case it was a great experience, it was definitely something we havenīt experienced before even if we were quite scared in a certain moment. Especially Iīm not used to the events of ...
... it can't hurt to ask. So I take up my ticket that says the journey ends in Thessaloniki and I also show them my receipt that says I paid for a ticket to Sofia. And that, my friends, is when this sh*t starts to get real. Both the hosts look puzzled. They tell me that this bus is going to Thessaloniki. They tell me my receipt is wrong, I'm not on a bus to Sofia. WHAT?!? What the F*CK!?!! What the HELL am I supposed to do? I am supposed to be going to Sofia. I show them ...
... t find our friend (not that we really expected them to still be there). So we decided to get a bite to eat before picking our bags up from the hostel and catching a night bus to Istanbul, Turkey. The place we ate dinner was on the corner of two small back streets in the middle of no where. It didn't look like much but was probably the best meal that I have had this whole trip. I ordered veal with tomato ...
... at 2,917 metres above sea level it is considered to be a two day climb. We are short of time and are therefore going to complete it in one day. In Greek mythology Olympus was regarded as the "home" of the twelve Olympian gods of the ancient Greek world. The mountain formed itself after the gods defeated the Titans in the Titan War, and soon the palace was inhabited by the ...
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