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... sights to visit. It is a wonderful city, very clean and we'll set out. Traffic is not bad. Hardly any cars, just motor bikes, taxis and public transport. Many streets are for pedestrians only, a real benefit as a lot are very narrow. The people are very friendly, can speak a bit of English, and, most have a relative living in Australia! On the move again tomorrow. We are catching the ferry to ...
... oil inside, into the hole and covered it up. In this way, the ancient Greeks/Romans stored various things like olive oil or possibly wine. After taking pictures from a walkway above the forum, we moved towards the center of the city's ruins and sang Sing Me To Heaven. Although again, it was fun to sing, after listening to the recording of the song, I have to come to think that maybe it was not our best performance to date. We stood in a circle and ...
... if you drink your coke straight from the can
... if you ask for tap water
... if you clean up after yourself at a fast food joint
... if you stand nervously on the edge of the street unsure whether you should dart out into traffic or not (FYI - the answer to that is always a resounding yes!)
... if you never have cash
... if you get excited by the sight of a foreign McDonald's
The reason I've waited a week to write this entry is because I'm still in the process of forming my opinion about Greece. It's sooo different from Italy! My perception of Athens so far is so confounded with my experiences in Italy. I want to say that it seems less exotic than Rome, but if I had come here first I would be completely out of my element! Although I feel like a more experienced traveler and I knew the challenges that awaited, I still have had ...
Saturday, August 24th, 2013
Somewhere in the middle of the Adriatic Sea
Day 3 already? Wow. I only have 11 more days before I have to go back to work and pretend that I want to be there. Darn it. The trip has been fun (so far), and I am very excited for tomorrow's port of Piraeus (Athens, Greece).
Since there is no land in sight, I am going to have to figure out what to do with my day on this ship. ...