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... space on the sidewalk,
forcing the pedestrians to travel on the narrow, busy road ways. The
Acropolis, still lit, presided over the city. The bakeries fully
stocked supplied their early morning customers. The fish and meat
markets were ready for business.
Returning to the Hotel Attalos, we
decided to have their breakfast buffet for the first time. The food,
other then the yogurt, was not very exciting, but two German high
... ship crew for not monitoring the area. More sunbathing, reading & in the pool to cool off; it must be 38C today, very hot. There are1400 new guests getting on this afternoon.Just 6 at dinner tonight,missing were Jeremy & Pat, still a good evening.
On our way to Bodrum.
16 Aug. Just a cruisey day with not a cloud in the clear blue sky, the ship sailing no faster than 7knots. I attended ...
... places, in the northwest and southwest. The depth of the caldera, at 400m, makes it possible for all but the largest ships to anchor anywhere in the protected bay; there is also a newly built marina at Vlychada, on the southwestern coast. The island's principal port is Athinias. The capital, Fira, clings to the top of the cliff looking down on the lagoon. The volcanic rocks present from the prior eruptions feature olivine and have a ...
... out. I understand though why she warned me. Piraeus seems like it’s just a very dumpy slummy place. Quite gross, actually. Our rooms is very budget; we have a smoky smelling room, rock hard beds and it’s just very unpleasant to say the least. Lucky we only have 6 hours here. The only ok thing about it is the man at the reception. He’s very nice and helpful… Lets hope Athens can glorify itself tomorrow.
Denice & Ruby
... I was travelling in Asia. They were insistent on only 8am UK time Mon-Fri for the interview irrespective of what I had been doing and there was no chance of a weekend time. The fact that they were asking way in excess of £1000 for this experience made it all the more insulting.
I have already worked for an animal rehabilitation organisation (Amazoonico) in Ecuador 2006 that was so ambivalent in its attitude towards volunteer safety, which ...