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... its prime. We then took the advice of the taxi driver and went to see the Corinthian Canal connecting the two large Mediterranean bays and saving ships from sailing over 130 miles around the Peloponnese. The photo doesn't really do it justice, but you get an idea of how tall the walls were. It took a penny over 8 seconds to reach the bottom. It was originally started by the Romans and seeing how difficult the task would ...
The Archaelogical site of Heraion
Leaving the lagoon behind we come to the archaeological site of Heraion after a 5 minute drive. The entire slope of the hill dedicated to the goddess Hera with the ancient temple dating back to 700 BC. The ruins of the sanctuary seem to be frozen in mid-tumble down to the lagoon. On the western part we come to the huge Lighthouse constructed in 1897. It is said that it is ...
... years back before the crash. So, guys -and I refer to the ones who are always nagging for this and that, please have the above in mind and be realistic and more fair.
Fitness Centre and Spa: It is located on a separate building at the very end of the resort close to the Volley-ball and basket-ball courts. Christina who is the lady in charge of the different treatments is a qualified professional. She showed me around at first and I had the most ...
... its sails up...what a sight! We also came across an aircraft carrier but it was too far away to be a spectacle. I am really pleased with how things are on the boat now...I am feeling very comfortable and have set into a routine. Also my captain and I are getting along quite well now and it doesn’t feel like I am walking on egg shells around him anymore. So things are looking up for these last couple weeks in Greece.
I was on early watch (03h00 to 06h00) on ...
Yesterday, Friday, I stayed in Tolo, Greece. It was a very quiet day. Had class at 10:00 at the Asine ruins again. It's tough sitting on a block for two hours... All around those ruins you can find ancient pottery pieces. It's pretty cool to find things like that just lying around and not in a museum. We asked our Greek friend who runs a store in town where we should eat lunch and ...