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... who bumped into me, the people stocking shelves upstairs, the cashier--no one. It was a really cool experience.
The rest of the night was pretty chill, which was really nice after such a busy week. I made fingerling potatoes on the stove, which were simple and delicious :)
I think it's really great that CYA organizes these trips for us, and I can't wait for the end of March, when we'll be hitting up Delphi and Northern Greece!
Rooms had great balconies but guess when first built the rooms all shared a bathroom on the floor, but for todays customers had decided to squeeze them into what must have been the wardrobes, quite a mission even cleaning our teeth in there.
We had another great Greek meal of fresh sardines on the seafront – I love eating outside. Then we strolled through the town and up some steps to the ruins of a castle on the hill. A school play was being performed and ...
... along mountainous and twisting roads, passing some incredible scenery along the way – deep gorges, olive groves and small villages. In some places there were houses in various states of repair in the middle of lonely fields, with no other buildings nearby. Some were clearly abandoned long ago and in poor condition, others looked occupied and in the more populated areas some looked as if they were under construction (but hadn’t been worked on for a ...
... flowers, cooked Lamb
What I Heard: Loud whistling, friendly Greek towns peoples voices
What I Tasted: Easter dinner consisting of calamari, roast lamb, and wine
Tours, Sites, and Attractions
Ancient Olympic Site – This is the site of the ancient Olympic Games, which were celebrated here to worship the gods. The Games began in 776 BC and ...
Our next stop was the historic and significant ruins of Olympia. The birth place of the Olympic games going back to the 7th C BC. The games were held for over 1000 years before they were abolished by Emperor Theodosius I because it was considered a pagan festival. The site was great to see and ...