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Travel Blogs from Malia

Agios Nikolaos

A travel blog entry by clittle419

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... first (or I did) after dinner the other night. It's customary to bring fruit after your meal and sometimes includes a little dessert. Funny that night because none us were all that hungry, and Johnny had even said he couldn't put anything in his stomach if he had to. The pile was half gone in no time. We split up and Nick , Lisa and I walked around the shops and eventually made it to a little beach but the ...

The Freedom to Fail

A travel blog entry by keficrew

... not been in the classroom for many years are either telling you something you have already known for a long time or they are giving you strategies that don't realistically is fit into the true American classroom.

This workshop, however, has been a game changer for me. Not only have I taken away some really great strategies for my students to use to cultivate ...

A Blank Canvas

A travel blog entry by keficrew

... just write these thoughts and when the time is up, even in mid-sentence, stop. Go back and read what was written and pick out some words that impact you and write from there. It is amazing. No pressure. No fear. Maybe no jewel but the canvas is not blank and one day a jewel will appear!

Happy writing. ...

Myrtos

A travel blog entry by clittle419

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The drive west along the southern coast from Matala towards Myrtos and Irapatra took us over increasingly mountainous terrain with more cliff-hugging switchbacks and rocky panoramas leading down to the coast much like the less traveled northern road in Maui from Kahalui to Lahaina (minus the one lane roads). The towns and villages were even built along the downward sloping ridge lines. Until finally the ...

To Matala, Myrtos, and Ag. Nikolaos

A travel blog entry by clittle419

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... coast (by car this time) to the town of Matala, then east to Myrtos, and then NE to Agios Nikolaos. First I've never seen an olive tree before a week ago. Second, I never dreamed I'd see so many. They're everywhere. I mean everywhere. I don't know how they even harvest that many not to mention harvesting the ones on sides of mountains. Supposedly there are 30 million in ...

 

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