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Kali̱nýchta –Cali-nee-chee-ta- Good night
We woke up justttt in time today to have some scrambled eggs
in the hotel before class.
In Entrepreneurship today we went over our special
assignment for Wednesday. We are going on a three-island cruise and will be on
a boat for twelve hours! To fill our
time, our professor spilt us ...
... Wrong way. We find Cape Sounio in the places of interest and press the GO button. We start to leave the towns behind us and then the GPS decides to let us leave the road that says to Sounio and go to our left… We head into the hills and the forest on a small road. We trust the GPS. Don't we? At the top of the hills we find some ruins of some nondescript buildings ...
... we did on Sunday.
It was so beautiful--we were literally feet from cliff edges and the sea for much of the 1.5/2 hour ride. About twenty minutes into our journey, as we were going through Piraeus, we were joking about how we were actually in Florida. The water was bright blue, waves were crashing, the sun was shining, and along the road were the kinds of shops, restaurants, hotels, etc that you'd find along the seaside in any town. We even saw some ...
Sorry about that, but I am having trouble with the blogger. The sailing boat was the Maltese falcon. Google it, absolute luxury. Cost originally $166m. Have I put a picture in, not good as it is taken against the sun, but I can prove I have seen it.
I am sitting on the back of the boat at the moment, everybody else has gone to bead. It is a beautiful warm and balmy night, with a gentle cool breeze blowing from the north. I can see ...
... for damage from the day before. All was OK. We all showered and cleaned up, and spent the afternoon relaxing and watching the comedy show next door, with guys and there lifeboat, and the motor which wouldn't start. There was a nice french girl giving us all a free show on how to shower on the back of a boat also.'Most delightful. Then out of the blue, this very large sailing boat entered the little bay. The boat was the the Maltese ...