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... and churches. Not that there is anything wrong with that, and not to take away from any of the history of those old structures, I just don't think that they will be able to compare, for me at least.
We decided that we want to see some of the islands so we booked ourselves a little mini tour. We are going to Santorini for a few days, then Naxos, and then Paros. I think it will be a good time.
... out with our group every day will be one of the things I'll miss most about study abroad. I have 30 best friends!
Hydra was an even smaller town than Poros so it didn't take much time to see everything that needed to be seen. It was a lovely day so we found a rocky area next to the sea and lounged in the sun. The water was so beautiful and clear so we jumped in right away! It was nerve-racking!! The water was so clean that we couldn't ...
... We arrived at Athens at 6pm, Found some ****** pastries to eat for dinner then got on the subway and headed toward the main train station. Here we found out that the train to Thessaloniki was full, but we can board it anyway (it just means that we will not have anywhere to sit). The train was a 6hr journey, from 12pm to 6am. It was a super long and uncomfortable night. Nathan ended up sleeping on the train floor in ...
... reflect on whether I deserved the relaxation. I
thought of all the hard work (?) I put into college, growing my hair out and
planning this Euro trip and soon convinced myself that this is what I needed.
The beach clubs opened at
midnight for all-night parties but the prospect of spending the entire evening
at the beach was a daunting one for both Danny and me. We headed back to Mykonos,
fixed our ferry tickets to Athens for Saturday (we ...
... it was going to cost ten euros, but I was just like "10? No". The next one told me 5, and when I asked him why he explained that traffic was bad or something. I mean, usually it would be like 3, so it wasn't a big deal, but still. I HAD A SORT OF MEANINGFUL CONVERSATION IN GREEK ALL BY MYSELF.
That night we were going to get some yummy cheese-filled spanikopita, but instead decided to go another taverna, Karavitis. I'd been once ...