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... steps while taking photos. Returned to site entrance ......... and no Lynn!!
Even locals with no English wanted to help and offered mobile phones to 'make the call' ... no help we have no 'phone.
With deadline for returning to ship 'looming' walked the site again ............. and found her sitting reading under a tree oblivous to the 'panic' ........ one 'flight' of stairs up from the entrance ......... just where he left her!
... It was pitiful but they made up for it with terminals connected to the Internet. After my private tour of the local points of pride and a briefing on the economic crises and its effect on the local population, I returned to my cousin’s café for dinner.
I depart in the morning back to Thessaloniki by bus (12 Euros) where I’ll stay at the Tourist Hotel for one evening and leave for Athens in the morning by plane.
... where "a Pappas" returned to his rightful place and serve the village. It was a moving moment and it even wasn’t 7:00 a.m. yet.
The priest, bubbly as before, embraced me with another warm welcome. We discuss “rubric strategy” on how the service is to be conducted. He provides me a place in honor at the altar and the service begins and lasts for hours. More on this later. At the conclusion of the service, the priest introduces me to ...
... The body's were cremated and then the bones placed in an inner chamber wrapped in purple cloth woven with gold decoration, inside a gold casket then inside a marble or stone box on which the gold wreath was placed, this was then place onto a specially made funeral bed, made of wood and decorated with finely carved ivory scenes and glass beads with gold decoration inside them. The deceased persons possessions were put into the chamber with them, the royal people's possessions would ...
... around the village a bit and tried to see how close I could get to the ancient palace and theater that are also there, but these monuments are closed off to visitors so that they can be renovated. I got back to Thessaloniki around dinner time and enjoyed one of my favorite parts of being in Greece: delicious gyros for only one euro! I fully intend to exploit that benefit one last time tomorrow evening before heading back to Turkey :).