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... the Ethniki quite well.
Niall’s place is near the small village
of Kamissiana, in the
middle of an olive grove, about 20 minutes drive from Chania We went to a local
taverna for dinner, where they greeted Niall like a long lost relative, and
provided a delicious meal. We also got introduced to the local spirit, ...
... was about an hour. In this time a drunk Polish man came and sat beside me and we started chatting. He was so curious about Canadian life and the education system, as he works in education somehow in Poland (his words were slurred so I basically only got bits and pieces of this entire hour long conversation). He taught me all sorts of things about Greek history, Polish history, Russian history, even some language history (Latin and all that). When I told him my name ...
... are abandoned and the massive area is like a ghost town. Our time in Athens had come to an end and it was time to catch the overnight bus to Berat, Albania. Athens wasn't my most favourite place, I found the locals to be unfriendly and it was definitely feeling the effects of the recent economic crisis and was run down in places. The city itself was still beautiful in places so hopefully in a few years it'll be back on track - maybe I'll have to return to find ...
... friends and family a special complimentary custard was served. Seven shared courses cost $10 each with wine. Our regular eateries greet us as family and shake hands and kiss on departure. Even with our short stay we have a real sense of community that entices you to return. Our ferry back to Skiathos was 1 hour late and seemed to limp into the harbour. Once underway it seemed to be travelling at normal ...
... internet connection (
bear with me!). We have a gorgeous pool and nearby beach access. Glyfada has
many night clubs and high end fashion- it is a pricey area. Despite this the
tourists here are from other areas of Greece- besides the accommodating hotel
staff, many people around us speak little English. The signs, food, stores are
all written in Greek. As a result, I am picking up words, phrasing and
spellings very, very ...