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... 8220;Okay, we go.”
And now here I am, telling you this story...still sick, though. But maybe I have to sleep or something before the drink will actually cure me.
Time will tell, I’ll keep you posted.
p.s it is now the next day after a decent sleep and I can tell you - I'm still sick. This is clearly beyond rakki's help, and no matter what a fisherman tries to tell you ... he isn't a doctor. That's a fact.
... br> The site is interesting and the representations of how historians believed the palace to be are certainly impressive. Our guide for the day had a well worn book with illustrations that (if we could have seen them through the sea of IPads taking photos) show how it probably was. There are books like this throughout Greece - they show a photo of the current ruins and an overlay that shows how it was .....in the beginning! ...
... and well executed museum. Luckily, most of the explanations were also in English.
Our final day was spent wandering in the city. We walked on the ancient city wall and then bought a natural sponge from a fisherman. He assured us we wouldn't find a better quality sponge from anyone else! It was extremely windy that day - the harbor was wild with waves crashing over the Venetian wall. We had dinner overlooking the harbor. A great end to a busy ...
Well the morning was overcast and there wasn't a sunrise but I was ready for it!
By 09:00 we were up, fed, checked out, and taxied down to the ferry in a bit of a harem scarem way. Those drivers were nuts!! Honking and speeding and .. Did I mention speeding?!! The trunks were bungee-corded shut with suitcases hanging out! However, we arrived safely at the dock where we met our Hellenic Seaways ferry. I took a ...
Today was a free day so the same crazy group that walked the hot road got together for breakfast and decided to hit the little shops and archeological museum.
Before the museum, we stopped back by the Lions Square and had the famous cream Bougatsa and a frappe!! Wow :)
It's strange how quickly people adapt to their surroundings. Today we were much more confident in crossing the streets whether there ...