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... You're still innocent, you're free from all the ... **** in my world." She called the men she worked for, "wolves".
-----Corporations and governments squeezed people, abused them, choked them to get everything out of them they could. The people themselves naturally became selfish and cold. They bought Cosmo magazines and had sex, lots of sex, more sex than any society ever before, sex with condoms and birth control and diaphragms and Viagra, "What, ...
... shops and a market place, dominated by the Temple of Apollo.
The impressive Peirene Fountain was the major source of the towns water supply.
We return to the ship, but the exceitement continues.
Whilst working on some photos, I get distracted and go out of the cabin onto the vreanda to look at something we are passing. On the return, I stub my toe, but feeling much, I returned to the computer. Jeannette notices some blood on the carpet. We try to bandage it, but it keeps ...
... and off we went on another road trip -- this time more like ones we are used to, except we were going through and around mountains.
We travelled on a highway, similar to our smaller ones, crossed the Corinth Canal (which separates mainland Greece and the Peloponnese), and reached our destination in about 2 hours. Astros was built during the Greek War of Independence and has a population of just over 2,200. As we approached the town, all the ...
... beautiful, you just know it has a real tradition about it. Almost every dish has feta in it and it's smothered/drowned with olive oil (no surprise there) along some other Greek herbs, possibly oregano.
After breakfast all 39 of us packed up our suitcases and loaded onto our own private coach. It was quiet quick and easy, after all half of us are teenagers, how hard is it to throw our stuff back in our suitcases. By early morning we ...
... paths to different areas, but I've come to see the theatre, and I take that route. I am stunned by the sight of the theatre, it is huge,
the largest I have seen, and I think the most complete. A few people are wandering around and more are sitting high up on the terraced seating area.
As I climb the steps, worn into dips by millions of footsteps, I find I have to look only just ahead and hold the marble balustrade because I feel dizzy. ...