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Karma for butting into line. I wonder what has happened to the people who butt into the bus line in Mykonos?! :)
8:15: We are in the air flying to Athens… I don’t remember much… we were both asleep.
9:00 AM: We arrive in Athens and our bags are already in the system to get to Air Canada (ROUGE!!) so it was just a matter of finding the right gate.
... was just overnight. It appears that is still the case.
The next day I decided not to drive so I got on my bike and explored the park first and then hit the highway toward Leduc, Alberta. I breezed along , quite literally, for more than an hour before I decided to turn around. To my surprise I was facing a considerable headwind on the return cycle and it took me twice the time to get back to the park. I covered about 40 km altogether.
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... uncles are staying about 4 blocks away from us so not far at all. Our house has 3 floors, 3 double bedrooms a huge lounge, kitchen, diner and 2 bathrooms! Our room has a huge walk in wardrobe ;) Alexis had kindly bought food to feed us all, so once changed in to clothes appropriate for 25 degree humid conditions we toddled back to theirs for a 'beat the jet lag' get together! It was nice to meet Elise properly and have another girl around ... I'm very ...
Our adventure begins in Toronto. Not because we are from here, but because this is where we happen to be at the present moment. We are travellers. Ever since our first trip to the Caribbean, our fate was sealed. We've been lucky enough to do a lot of travelling over the years, but we still dreamed of living on the road. Or water...in a sailboat...one day. So, we told our landlord we would not be ...