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... let the world turn until we turn to dust again. If that is what the author sees, he finds the best thing is to then enjoy the life you have. Whatever you do, enjoy that work and be content with your gift from God. While we are alive we can enjoy what we have been given.
So I realized what is the best thing for a person. He must enjoy his work, because to enjoy his life is God’s gift. Nobody can know what will happen in the ...
There was a police presence near the entrance to the museum & site which was not expected although not surprising given the site was free today. A police officer on a motorcycle guided us to some of the remaining parking left. In need of a bathroom, we loaded our backpack with beverages for later & marched quickly to the museum. More police now, and we had to go through metal detectors. This is a first time for Greece having to do ...
... bus station, then a bus to Corinth and a taxi up to the archeological site high above the modern Greek town of Corinth. Then I reverse the process back to Athens. Although there was little to no English available either spoken or written, I did just fine. And the bus ride tells me all I need to know about what Paul was thinking as he made this same trip across the Isthmus of Corinth.
All of lower Greece is referred to in ancient and contemporary sources ...
Our Trip to Loutraki finishes here!
This is the last entry of our trip to Loutraki.
Every day and night had something new to offer.
It was a package with lots of swimming, ease of mind, good wine, Spa, making new friends, visiting new places, meeting interesting people and long walks. ...
... In Greek the name of the village means –the land on the other side" of Isthmus of Corinth, or as it is now called, the modern Corinth Canal. The other side of this village is the (geographically opposite) ancient city of Corinth.
The village of Perachora was badly damaged in the earthquake of 1981, skirts the lake of Vouliagmeni and ends near a lighthouse (20km/12.5 miles) ….and this is where we are heading next.