Travel Blogs from Lamia
... I had the pleasure of actually understanding the foreign languages that I was hearing (as opposed to my exposure to Greek).
We finished our day by driving out to another neighboring city, Amfissa, and making a small trek up a mountain to visit some sort of ancient cave. It was pretty cool (literally and figuratively) inside and a few of my pictures, in some odd way, remind me of ...
... Bay of Itea.
We then visited the Delphi Archaeological Museum.
We had lunch at the town of Itea on the Bay. It guards access to the sanctuary of
Delphi. We had real calamari which was
delicious. The ice cream was ...
We’re on the road again.
A very comfortable bus. We’re
driving through the huge mountain range through central Greece.
We stopped at a workshop where they make icons for the Greek
Orthodox Church. They first make the
canvas they paint on by using very fine cotton cloth and coat it with paste,
plaster and some other common ingredients.
They sand it till its smooth, ...
... A Perfect Spy by John le Carré) so we were able to know everything about her. Thank God for iPods. As for Man Child, well, I don't want to seem hyper critical, but it was pretty amusing to see his back pack which was REALLY TINY. We're talking Grade 2 tiny. I don't know how he fit all his clothes and stuff in there. Quite amazing, actually. That, combined with the fact he only liked to talk about Harry Potter ...
... regions with thousands of spectators cheering them along is mind boggling. My travel companion and I walked quietly through most of the ruins feeling almost afraid to disturb the ghosts of great athletes, nor did we what to incur any wrath from Zeus, he can be a bit testy I have heard.
After the museum and way too much time trying to locate and confirm some lodging for the next night, we headed off in the general direction to Kadamyli. I ...