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... detail in the church/prey area is remarkable to see the birth of Jesus, last supper, all in different colours and the picture displaying the story so well.
Learnt that the egg (like easter egg) is a symbol of recreation which I never knew before. Didn't really take in much other historical information as it was on a higher scale than I could understand but I enjoyed walking around and taking a look myself.
... salad. It's getting hotter as we go it was about 37 where we stopped. Back on the bus we watched the movie 300 until we reached the hotel. We met up not long after to head up into the mountains to look at the Monasteries. The scenery here is so amazing, huge rocks and hills which hermits built these massive monasteries and nunneries directly into. Erin played creepy eerie music in the bus to get us in the mood. The stairs up and down were a bit rough (especially in 40 ...
... and henceforth the restrictions were lifted..... It was interesting, and may I add a welcome surprise, to see they have guard rails ALL the way up the mountain roads to all the monasteries now. It was quite the hairy ride on my last trip here, especially with a Greek taxi driver who, without ANY exaggeration I promise, was smoking, drinking coffee AND pointing out monasteries to us and telling us stuff about them whilst driving us up the mountain switchbacks at what seemed ...
... In the name of full disclosure I will say that this was the part where I was the most afraid in our whole endeavor and the part of the show where I literally thanked God that I've been slowing the degeneration of my physical capabilities while here. Turns out it's hard to chimney backwards up an increasingly narrowing crevice is hard. I was finally able to reunite with the other guys, who had found an alternative way down that, though a bad option, was ...
... is disappointing. He has the same forbidding countence, with the same huge moustache, he seems a tough guy who knows well that people will approach him for a photo and then visit his shop. I cannot tell his age but he has not changed much since the last time I saw him in 2009. I greet him and of course I don’t expect him to remember me since he sees hundreds of people passing by each day.