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... in front of the eerily huge and empty Nisaki resort,
which only operates over summer. I walked to the end of the pier, and couldn’t resist
jumping into the clear, blue waters of the Mediterranean. It was cold. Not wellington
cold, but cold enough to swim straight back to the beach.
After heading back to the car, I felt I deserved to eat, so
we found a restaurant in the hills overlooking the bay. It was called Roumelli’s
and was named ...
... night and again on a 5 minute bus ride this morning.
The Greece trip has 49 people on it and already not all of them are time conscious. Hmmm could be interesting but will await developments. Missing my buddies from the Turkey tour! We formed a back of the bus coalition (BOBC) and, when the rest of the crazy tourists manoeuvred their way to the favoured front seat position we remained (for the most part) locked to our seats in ...
... theatre still has concerts and plays still performed in it to this day. This theatre was like no other! The first thing I saw when I got there was a performance of an old Shakespeare play. The tour guide said even though this historical attraction is so old, people choose to still organise theatre presentations and perform there in front of audience because of the incredible atmosphere and connects to the past. This tour was definitely ...
Word of the day
Signomi-(sig-nome-ee)- Sorry/Excuse me
Phrase of the Day
Tikanis?- (tee-khan-is)- How are you?
This morning we took a twenty minute bus ride into Athens to visit the Acropolis museum.
The Acropolis museum was three stories, all of which had glass floors. Beneath us, we could see down to the massive ruin excavation going on under the museum. The museum had many ...
... according to Dr. Camp, the place was a "real party city." The generally accepted theory seems to be that the wealthy residents of Corinth were simply not motivated to delve into politics the way Athenians were.
Pictures Don't Do It Justice
After visiting Corinth, we came back to Athens for our last tour—the Acropolis. We took our time walking up the massive hill all the way to the top. Dr. Camp talked to ...