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... is old enough to understand that they can only one big celebration per year, they usually choose their name day! Interesting, huh??? An earthquake in 520 AD is credited for saving most of what has now been uncovered. The ruins were covered in great amounts of dirt by the earthquake. Otherwise, when the Romans came, they would have destroyed everything. The Ancient Greek statues and sculptures honored gods, such as Zeus and Apollo. The Romans honored ...
Today we arrived in Katakolon in Greece. It was a beautiful Mediterranean seaside town. We stopped at a little cafe and had Greek beers and used their wifi. We then decided to a scenic walk. We followed a stone path up behind a church onto a hill that ran along the coastline. We found little cottages overlooking the ocean, olive groves, lemon trees and farm animals. The scenery was spectacular. We came to a ...
... had to be put in place. Then, we decided they were big enough to avoid dangers from the roaming cats, so I removed these blocks and they roamed free. They are often seen lounging in the shade of the hydrangeas. But, as ducks do, they have started to eat the lettuce growing nearby (the same lettuce I spent hours weeding and transplanting - hmm, coincidence?) so, now, others are complaining to put the ducks back in thier cage. I have a real problem ...
... old town. Rhodes was also the first place we ate Gyros aka heaven in your mouth! They're awesome, similar to a kebab, but they add tzarziki sauce and put it in a pita roll (pork or chicken). Lived off that for quite some time!
Santorini: Santorini was a mission to get to, about 14 hours by ferry. In the peak season, fast ferries hit it in about 2 hours. But because none were running, this one massive ferry hits all the islands on ...
... Angela quite sweetly put it: ‘they could also practice their running, javeling and discus.
The Olympics, in 4BC was a men only event. Not only that but men were the only spectators. Furthermore, they used to do their practicing, their running, their javeling and their discus naked. Even the torch used to signify the start of the games used a ‘naked’ flame!!!
We now moved on to the Phillipeon. This was started by Phillip and ...