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... After a call to the Medical Centre, they send a wheelchair to collect me.
Our unlucky room porter has this job. he would be lucky to weigh 60kgs.
I get sorted out with some steri-strips and bandage overkill and return to the room, where we notice that in addition the the carpet, there is blood on the outside decking and even the curtains. The appears to be no end to my bleeding talents.
Plenty of time left to get ready for tea and go to a show. Another great day.
... because of the mountainous terrain. So you can imagine how picturesque the 4 hour drive through, over and around them was.
Unfortunately the first day in beautiful coastal town of Tolo was a disaster as we just found out we have to apply for a US visa application. We realised we are in USA 2 weeks over the standard 3 months visa waver. We planned on having an interview for the visa in Athens US Embassy in a few days, but when it came to booking the interview, ...
... an almighty storm hit, taking both us and the locals by surprise. Of course the obvious thing to do in the face of such adversity was have an early lunch (and a glass of wine) and wait for it to pass. Hydra is a picturesque town that does not permit cars or motorbikes, with the main form of transportation being donkeys. It is nearly the end of the season here and the ...
... city. We also saw the Erastus inscription which relates to Acts, Romans & 1 Timothy and helps reveal that wealthy and influential people were also converted to Christianity in the 1st century. By the afternoon, Lynne was feeling quite ill and as we had both been to Mycenae before, we chose to remain at the restaurant while the others went on to explore this site. Apart from getting up to eat something at the hotel, Lynne retired to bed, while Noel did the washing and some ...
My collection of heart shaped rocks which led to me photographing hearts started in Greece. On the island of Kythera, Shell and I met the renowned Juliette de Bairacli Levy a herbalist / naturopath / gypsy who lived on Kythera. She told us that she lived near the beach which was ...