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... of songs. We sang a couple of English songs, like “The
Best of All,” and “I Got a Robe,” and our instrumentalists, Bennie and Taylor,
performed solos on piano and guitar, respectively. Unsurprisingly, however, the
students really enjoyed our Greek pieces, particularly “Yerakina.” They even
clapped and sang along!
After we finished our performance, we were treated to a
concert too! The school choir sang two pieces for ...
... Athens turned out to be another great surprise. first of all I met up with a lovely girl from Germany at the hostel (Sonja) and it was also her first time in Athens so we decided to explore together. We were both expecting Athens to be big, dirty and busy however we were pleasantly surprised at how compact and clean the centre was. Our hostel was right next to the Acropolis and all the other main sites were within walking distance.
The next day we decided ...
... wrong way to tell a guy you’re not interested. The beach was quite nice, a bit rocky though. When he produced alcohol, I couldn't help but hear alarm bells. Then wanted to go to his place for coffee. All the classic lines. I didn't want to say no and get left on the beach, but I didn't really want to go either. Anyway he tried all the stops so it seemed, booze, coffee, candle light, dancing and none if it worked. Just not interested. Finally got him to take ...
... started cooking. I decided to make Easter bread. You can see it on he tittle. That bread is called Easter bread. So I made it and it has actual eggs in there! Well I ate the bread with some jam but I don't know what to do with the eggs. Do I eat them? they're already baked. Well I cracked one open but it just tasted like boiled eggs so I kept on eating the bread and ate around the eggs.
Today was our second service day. On service day, all classes are canceled and the faculty uses us as free manual labor. Ha ha. We have to clean up the hotel and our land around it. This time they had several groups pick up trash all down the streets and down at the beach. I had the hardest job...I had to plant flowers around the hotel! :) It was a lot of fun! We helped DiMy (the ...