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... The sun came out as we walked the archeological ruins dating back to 500BC - incredible if you think about how they made some of these structures and how well they lasted. I wonder what they'll find of our civilisation....a few iPhones and iPads. Maybe statues from the MCG (side note - up the pies - cop that blue baggers) I'm stopping here but for you at home it will be a seamless transition as we have decided one post per country is plenty....to be continued from ...
... and ancient building. This was also a small site, so we left fairly quickly. Then we drove about three hours to Sparta. We drove through town and learned about the war between Sparta and Athens. We went to the mountain side at the bottom of the fortification wall and hiked up again to the top. We were given an hour and forty five minutes to explore the huge castle. In ins antiquity, nearly 20,000 people lived there and built 15 churches within. It was more modern ...
We finally pulled away from Highlands around 10:45 am. The weather was sunny in spite of the forecast. We drove to I-40 to Knoxville picked up I-75 to Lexington, went west to Louisville and then north to Lafayette Indiana. Over 500 miles was enough for one ...
... location and hearing the consequences of that battle certainly helps you appreciate the freedom we take for granted back home. The Tippecanoe Battlefield Museum and Prophetstown Historical Village were both must see destinations and despite the cold winds and snow (yes, it snowed today) we managed to explore the battlefield and the historical village and state park for much of the day. The cold did deter us from our picnic plans and for the third day in a row our picnic was ...
Of all the American college traditions I had heard of, spring break was one that I was really looking forward to, beer, beach, babes and parties!
Although we were just halfway into our second semesters in our respective graduate programs at Purdue University, Ajinkya, Mayura, Shambhavi, Urmi and I were yearning for this much deserved break. The Chevy Impala was destined to be our ride for the trip. I was slightly daunted by the fact that I was ...