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... lit. This also still gets done every four years at the beginning of each summer Olympics, which is pretty cool. I’m not sure if it also gets done with the winter Olympics or if it doesn’t, he was a little vague about that but did clarify it was just every 4 years.
Another element I didn’t like about the tour was that this place was so crowded. There were 10 buses from our cruise ship alone and ...
... reach our final destination for today - Delphi. This town up in the mountain has an amazing view down the valley to the water. Joe and I go for a walk down into the town before dinner - what I swear was like 15 flights of stairs, and stooped for a coffee admiring the amazing view). The climb back up was for me arduous - but becoming the daily norm for each of our highlight visits so I am at least getting plenty of exercise on this first part of our trip. Another amazing day ...
... to being lost somewhere between the campsite and a picture of Sara at the Olympic stadium at the site. Drove back to Olympia like we were in a rally. Searched the path down to the site, checked back in to the Athos campsite and had a swim, before checking ripping the van apart and checking the path again, then diner and bed ... not a good day ...
... was - not too bad at all! Oh and how could I forget, our host presented us all with a shot glass of some sort of white spirit that would put hair on the head of a bald man - boy did it burn!
We were then presented with the most enormous buffet - salads, vegeis, pasta, moussaka, meatballs and who knows what else. It was absolutely superb and to top it off some sort of little mini fried pancakes with the most delectable honey ...
We woke up at 5:30am in Bath to drive to Reading, to catch a train to Guilford, to catch a bus to Gatwick, to catch a train to Venice, to catch a cruise ship all around the Mediterranean. Because of the incredible adventure ahead, getting up that early wasn't too horrendous. We are forever grateful to Mum’s awesome cousin Simon who drove us to Reading to avoid us having to get up even earlier to catch a 4:45 bus to the airport. The morning was even more delightful because ...