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... statue of Zeus is here. The statue was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, it was approximately 13 m (43 ft) high and was made by the sculptor Phidias in his workshop on the site at Olympia. He took about twelve years to complete it. On his head was a sculpted wreath of olive sprays. In his right hand he held a figure of Nike, the goddess of victory, also made from ivory ...
... our own taste of Katakolon. And loved it. The bus ride there bears similarities of Fiji, with nice housing in amongst baron bare sites and it's just sooo dry! On the way home Mac is reciting his 1-10 in French, he's loving his Greek/French experience, and the couple in front of us get to talking. Baris & Emmanuel and their children Lucia and a son whose name escapes me. She's Spanish/American but living in France for so long she forgets her English, and he's ...
... and all went up to the top deck. Our two 'gangs', the Pharaohs and the cupcakes, had a dance/twerk off. It was funny. And later we even for Francine to twerk! But some creeper workers came up and were sitting on the deck staring at us. So we left. Later we played UNO with like 10-15 people. It took forever. But it was fun. Then we played a "Have you never ever" and we learned a lot about everyone on the trip haha. Then we went back to our cabins and ...
... as hilarious as it sounds we had a
group of people who had not seen the movie 300. It sounded something along the lines of customer care shop, picture someone answering a phone. "this is Sparta, how may I help you"
yes, more welcoming then fierce. Like...Come on, we're from Campbelltown afterall.
So as I'm lying here writing this, my bed just broke from underneath me. Yes, snapped and I fell. Quite funny. So I spent 10 minutes finding the ...
... Greek relationships, why Greeks yell so much but its normal, tried to convince Troy just how normal it is if I speak loud (Troy nods and says yes yes) but I am convinced he still does not get it ‘normal’. We laughed a lot with this shop owner too. We talked about the houses unfinished around Greece, talked about the ‘euro’ and the ‘drakma’, the government, loans and slashed salaries. It was fun talking to him but I ...