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... I was friendly and found out the gentleman is a history professor at a university in Florida. Basically two of my favorite things jammed into one person, so it was really nice to talk to him for a bit. He was the only person I had really spoken to all week aside from Brittany and we made a joke that our age didn't really match up with others on the ship. Brittany also made a "friend" in the pool who was an older lady from the United Kingdom.
The ages on ...
... and in his left hand, a scepter made with many kinds of metal, with an eagle perched on the top. His sandals were made of gold and so was his robe. His garments were carved with animals and with lilies. The throne was decorated with gold, precious stones, ebony, and ivory. The statue was the most famous artistic work in Greece. The circumstances of the statue's eventual destruction ...
... speaks English well albeit broken, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian and French is his main language. Still astounds me. They couldn't believe we only learn English with a bit of Maori in NZ primary schools. Back at ship by 5.30 sending kids to Squok Club, bit of a breather for a few hours. Whew! Breathe! Downstairs to one of the bars for a pre-dinner drink, bump into one of the staff who thought we were French, Paul saying 'Oui' and 'Merci', must be the wine - we're on an ...
It was so great sleeping in today! We got up at 8am for the included breakfast - it was nice - the fresh squeezed orange juice especially!
I feel so good after having a big sleep :)
We are a bit worried about our time in Greece, as we have realised we can't read anything and the Greek words are the hardest yet! Thankfully most people so far have spoken a bit of English, but we are feeling very uncomfortable...
We spent ...
Oh and the roads. WOW, In Greece it's constantly like driving in Park Central, everywhere is narrow, specially in our bus. There is a lot of beeping, and i mean a hell of a lot of beeping at each other, it's constant. We have almost been in 5 car/bus accidents so far. Red lights?
LOL AS IF. They are, if any, only an invitation, yes ONLY an INVITATION to stop, as are
pedestrian crossings. I have seen more cars go through red lights the stop. It's ...
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