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... but maybe I shouldn't expect too much. Learning the Greek culture and language is important to me. I want to learn about the ancient religions and monuments that are in Athens and I want to learn about their poor economy they have now. I hope to meet humorous, Greek people who love to walk and eat. I want them to invite me to their parties so I can break a plate and yell "Opa!"
... the balcony as the ship left port was just lovely.
Our next port of call was Athens and we took a bus into the city to go to the Acropolis Museum and Steve will continue with this as it was something he was so looking forward to.
The first thing you notice is that the museum sits on a platform supported by pylons. Sections of the floor are glass which gives a view to what lays beneath. The museum is actually an active archeological ...
... the next hour waiting to be seen by the doctor at the medical centre, and he ended up with skin glue to the lacerations to his nose. Another laceration on the inside of his nose continued to bleed intermittently. Needless to say Alex looks completely ridiculous, but he is feeling sore and sorry for himself We had dinner in the Manhattan restaurant with all the family where the staff forgot my dessert liqueur for the 3rd night in a row. Hans complained and we got it for ...
Today we were supposed to go visit the Navagio beach. A few minutes after we left port, ship turned around and went back for a round of latecomers. The day was perfectly sunny before we turned around, and when we set our course again, the clouds covered the sun, and the sea went rough. Our ship was rocking. When we came to Navagio, 200 m from the beach, ship stopped and the captain informed us that we can't make port for our own safety. Everyone complained, but ...
... of the main streets in Zante, their pedestrian zone, and later to the square where was located the St Dennis church and the tower that is a replica of the tower on St Marco's square in Venice. On the way back to the bus we took a walk through the port seeing some fascinating sailing boats. It was a beautiful day. When we got back to Laganas, we decided to skip a party in club Plus and enjoy time in our favorite gyros place ...