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Last full day in Athens which means last minute shopping as well as visiting the Central Market and Panathenaic Stadium, both of which we had seen while on the on/off bus.
After having a really nice breakfast we hoofed it off to the Central Market. It was all meat (mainly lamb, pork and chicken) and fish. It was really clean with lots of noise as the vendors tried to entice you to buy their goods. Victoria Market ...
... in the carriage way. Found the Intercontinental. We’re in and safe for another day. Not expensive and dinner was absolutely delicious and cheap.
Big day travelling from Tirana into Greece.
Firstly we have no local currency which makes things a little less comfortable, but there is nothing here. Many small villages, heaps of gas stations, really, 3 or 4 within 100metres. Crazy stuff, when the machinery for the farm is often a two wheel ...
... Eventually I found my way, but so confusing as I had to change lines and had to go above ground to change platforms, what a mission! Then a lady helped direct me towards where I needed to go once I had hopped off at my last train stop, I started heading up these back roads towards this mountain place & it was all up hill so my legs started killing me.. But then it got worse I had to climb about 200 stairs! When I reached the bottom of ...
... of Greece. I bought many little gadgets while in Greece, totaling to about $430 USD which converts to 386.01 Euros. I learned a lot on this trip to Greece, I myself love Greece's culture and ancient architecture, I learned many myths and legends you wouldn't find in the history books. So all up in total, starting with $4000 USD, and ending with $1,799, Only used $2,201.