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Travel Blogs from Parga
... and Athens with more than just our eyes (and cameras).
The second was by Sara Monoson about “Athenian Democracy and the Trial of Socrates.” Another great session that gave us food for thought as we start hitting the heart of our Greek experience.
Tomorrow, a four-hour tour of Olympus awaits. Well, that and a trip to the Plakes Beach in Katakolon before we depart for an afternoon at sea.
Day 3 in Corfu and its great just to be able to sleep in. This morning I go up for breakfast at 9 with every intention of going back to bed directly after. So much for that. Of the 6 people (of 51) that actually made it to breakfast, I was surprised I was one of them. Talking to Shannon at breaky, I decided instead of going back to bed, I would join her on the bus into town and get some more flu drugs and some fruit.
We missed the bus and instead of waiting an ...
... about making ourselves know. Turns out that the tour with the 40 girls is a 10 day trip and they are 6 days in and for most of them, this was the first drink they had had. The 10 or so that stayed up advertised themselves as the partiers of the bunch saying all the rest were soft, then all retired by 1:30. Even me, with my only just, not quiet, recovered flu am still up at 430. What the heck, can rest again tomorrow. Its good not having anything we have to do for a couple of ...
... for swimming so we had to leave. The boat was rocking a lot!
We arrived at Paxos and ate gyros for lunch. Gyros is pita bread with chips meat and salad. Then we had an ice-cream and walked around the streets. We jumped back on the boat and I sat at the top with the captain and listened to the music.
... side you had to pay the boat man a coin. We didn't have to do that when we were there because that was a myth. The water was sooooo cold, probably about 3 degrees! It was very clear. We saw an icon of a saint inside a small cave along the river. We ate at a really nice restaurant along the river.
What I loved most about Parga was making new friends.