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... imagine it. The people seem happy but have a pretty lax attitude to most things. Bored border guards, bored shop attendants, bored bored bored. They seem to live to shop and eat. Shop for coats, shoes bread and cheese while the menu is pasta, cold meats, pasta and cheese and pasta... you get the idea. The coffee is great and in the tourist areas, be prepared to be ripped off big time! Its all part of the experience. All the dudes ...
... a bottle of gin as they have been trying to have a G & T for 2 nights. Their lat bottle of gin was left behind in the shop and this bottle was a replacement. Unfortunately, the bottle fell out of the bag and was smashed. It was imperative that we stopped at any establishment which sold gin to replace the replacement bottle. Fortune favours the eagle-eyed and I saw a supermarket which was open and we screeched to a halt in the ...
... to 2014 through a transfer of some regular disbursements; and aimed for Greece to resume using the private capital markets for debt refinance and as a source to partly cover its future financial needs, already in 2015. In the first five years from 2015 to 2020, the return to use the markets was however only evaluated as realistic to the extent, where roughly half of the yearly funds needed to patch the continued budget deficits and ordinary debt refinance should be ...
... to an increase in cancer risk. (25 mSv whereas 100 mSv has been linked to an increase in cancer rates among victims at Hiroshima and Nagasaki) However, people who have been evacuated have suffered from depression and other mental health effects.
While there were no deaths caused by radiation exposure, approximately 18,500 people died due to the earthquake and tsunami. Very few cancers would be expected as a result of the very low radiation doses received by the ...
learned they were from Switzerland and after we told them of our plans to tour that
area of Europe in a few weeks they invited us to drop by their home if we were
nearby. We exchanged information and then turned our attention to new
We've learned that we usually both learn about and enjoy a
place when we’re able to interact with local people. So when we were near
Switzerland, we decided to send ...