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... good, the people friendly (if perhaps at times a little too much so), and the people, despite the hard time they have gone through recently, very happy. Some of the shops were closed or boarded up, but I hardly saw any homeless, and even fewer street hawkers. I know the street hawkers are usually African refugees, and there are probably so few of them in Athens due to the recession, but being hassled at every tourist spot gets so tiring and makes you so rude to ...
... way to wrap up the day and just put myself in a relaxed and tired mood. I was exploring around the lake for rope swings and cliffs to jump off for a bit of fun and to my luck, there was a rope swing. Yew! The swing looked a bit doggy at first but I saw some other tourists and locals use it and it was perfectly fine. Once I saw people doing a massive run up, hanging onto the ...
... important archaeological site on the island, Akrotiri which was buried when the volcano exploded 1300 years before Pompeii. Another time. Very touristy, but also quite wonderful, great shopping in Oia especially.
The next day we were in Kusadasi, Turkey, and I picked up another continent to add to my list. We toured the ruins of Ephesus, a Greek town dating to several centuries BC. The Greek civilization did not restrict itself to the land we now call "Greece". It ...
... it all come together after all the wonderful ancient sites we had seen over the past few weeks. The museum itself had been the beautiful home of Mr Benaki and his family and to me, the home was as wonderful as the artifacts inside. Dan and I particularly enjoyed seeing all the old clothing that has been incredibly preserved. We enjoyed a wonderful lunch at the roof top garden before heading back to the Electra Palace Hotel. When we had been in Athens a ...
... unlike any other vantage point in the capital. I bumped into two Greek folk wandering around with no other purpose but sipping beer and
discussing their current ills. There also was an Marokan guy enroute to Bulgaria, but having one more day to kill in Athen before a scheduled flight, he had decided to exprience the similiar – beautiful scenery at sunrise. We shared the stories of our travel experiences in Greece and had a cup of tea.
At 8 am ...