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... showers and toilets that you can flush toilet paper down! Don't even get me started on the toilet paper thing, Greece I love you but I'm just not sure how long I can deal with the "paper bin". It's one of our fellow topdeckers birthday today and we're having a toga party tonight so really looking forward to that. In the meantime I'll be working on my tan, hope you're all having fun at home ;) J ...
... a quick stop at the first modern Olympic stadium built for the 1896 Athens Olympics and do a few laps of some sights before heading over to the port to meet up with the rest of our group who spent the 4 days on Mykonos Island. While waiting for the others we head to the pharmacy and stock up on drugs to try ward of the sicknesses that are coming. Now for 6 hours of driving to our stop for the night on the Greek side of the Greek - Albanian ...
Waking up to the sound of rain after 6-7 days of heat was amazing although it was still quite warm and now very humid. With a 7:00am start it was time to head to Corfu! Jumping back on the coach for the last time we started our journey via Pompeii. We hit really bad traffic and ended up being 2hrs late for our tour due to a major car crash. Pompeii was amazing!! Our tour guide was great and told us so many interesting facts on how people use to live before the town was destroyed by ...
... and Athens with more than just our eyes (and cameras).
The second was by Sara Monoson about “Athenian Democracy and the Trial of Socrates.” Another great session that gave us food for thought as we start hitting the heart of our Greek experience.
Tomorrow, a four-hour tour of Olympus awaits. Well, that and a trip to the Plakes Beach in Katakolon before we depart for an afternoon at sea.
... a toga. Pretty easy. “one knot if you want it to come undone, 2 if you don’t” were the instructions. Haha. After dinner, we had a couple of hours to sink some pre-drinks and get toga’d up. A lot of the blokes could not work it out and I ended up tied like 7 or 8 togas. The hardest was Joes, the dwarfs, having to first quarter the sheet and then having too much material to make a knot with.
The party tonight was great fun. Some of the ...
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