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... living in Greece with a thick mix of both accents (making him pretty hard to understand in the first place). He loved to talk but he didn't really tell stories the way our other tour guides did, he simply would just state dates and the dry details of what occurred. Even being someone with a history degree and loving this area within history, I just glazed over from the moment he started speaking until we were freed from him 6 ...
Today our travels take us to a highlight visit of the tour - Olympia. Here we are told the best of the best soldiers of the different states of Greece would come to compete to be the winner of their speciality. All competitions were based on the skills required for the very best fighters. All competitors must have trained for a year in their village beforehand, then coming to Olympia - three months training before the competitions. When ultimately the races etc were run, ...
... is there still, which basically is the big stuff like blocks of stone. There are a number of relics still standing and there is a treasury mostly intact. The site is still interesting and we find a lot of information around the site. We then head indoors to the museum where the interest really is. The relics here are pretty awesome and you get an impression of how important the site is. The site has a number of treasuries and as Sean informs us, these people were really ...
... tradition of the Greek Orthodox Church to have a procession in the village where they carry a bier that is decorated in flowers. this is a representation of Christs descent into Hades following his removal from the cross. There was a brass band, a group of young Virgins, the priests and what looked like the entire town carrying candles. They are truly passionate about there legions traditions here.
... passageway than it previously had been. No sweat for our bus driver, Kostas though: he squeezed right through. He was a seriously incredible bus driver. Like really, mad skills. Also on this day (though I'm unsure when), we got into a honk-off with two cars at a T-shaped intersection, of tiny Greek streets and tall, perilously-close-to-the-street Greek buildings. At one point I definitely heard Alena say "What do you think ...