Pelican Bay Art Hotel
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... we found a group of Syrian refugees camped in the open. The town authority had given them portaloos and they had mattresses and bedding to sleep on. There were a number of children playing happily on the grass.
On the way back to the ship we decided to detour around the wharves to take pictures of the ship moored almost in the main street. On the waterfront we saw a larger group of Syrian refugees who ...
... ago, but were
this time very disappointed and regretted recommending this trip to various
friends over the years. The ship was so much smaller and rather overcrowded –
the large and uncrowded ship we had last time was so much better.
We didn’t notice any adverse effects in Athens from the
... to try and put them back together. With so much to see it was easy to imagine the bustling streets full of life.
When it was a city full of life the ruling government wanted greater control of what happened in the island so the declared it sacred and passed a law saying that no births or deaths were to occur on the island. When people were old or sick and close to death they had to go to the neighbouring island to die. ...
... bright coloured speedos and the host wore a elephant jock gstring but noticed as soon as we walked in that we were all from Australia and gave us all free shots we were all just laughing at how funny this party was but we had a good night we had just gone there for a look before dinner but we ended up staying there till late and realised we ...
... no minutes on it and a skype interview in an hour. After much confusion, walking and calling on random strangers phones- Lisa got back and I was in my apartment and on skype in time for my interview. Just another one of the minor struggles of being in a foreign place! It feels nice to relax my mind from the navigating and planning for a bit. But, 12 loads of laundry, a few naps and classes later.......Thursday afternoon I depart for Paris, London, Madrid and Barcelona for my Easter Break! ...