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... and we trundled out.....Igoumenitsa, Greece, here we come.
are loving Greece and are slowly coming to grips with their written
language...we just imagine it is a code...a B is a V etc. Wonderful
people, and a slowly, slowly attitude. As usual, we avoided the
motorways, and headed by back roads into the Pindos mountains. Stunning
scenery, still with traces of snow, amid beautiful deciduous trees such
as oaks, sycamores, ...
We had our first week long break for travel. I went to Athens, Greece with 9 other students from my school. We stayed in Athens for 3 days and then went to the Island Santorini for the remainder of the break. In Athens we toured the Acropolis and other museums and historic things. We celebrated my birthday there and drank wine and ate delicious desserts!
We spent several days in Santorini. ...
At 8:30 PM the 3 HR’s left the marina and tied up along the quay in front of the bridge to await its opening
We waited and waited together with a few other boats some of which were in more comfortable positions than others. Somewhat surprisingly the bridge opened at the scheduled time and a mad dash was made not only by our boats but also by a powerboat that had moored at the ...
... was only metres from the river bank. We would come here any season and it was our little paradise- a loving spot. The plane trees had huge very high trunks and the thick foliage would not leave the rays of sun come through….I still remember the dim light even at noon.
I missed these days so much and I would give anything if I knew I could travel back even for 2 days!
So, all this and many more I got from my ...
The situation in Greece with the economic crisis does not allow many alternatives for distant destinations and long holidays this year, and I guess there will be many more years to come when the situation will be similar ….only scared to say that there might even be worse!
You see, the majority of Greeks have short inland holidays this year and lucky are those few who can even afford to have holidays at all. Most of them ...