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... was just chilling around the pool relaxing/recovering. Mike shouted us a round and made these insane cocktails. We spent the arvo have heaps too many before heading back to our room for night 1 in Ios. We got pretty tanked in the room and headed in to the main Ios square. It was nothing like I had imagined a lot of small pubs/clubs. The night was blurry. But we had fun…I think.
We woke up to find it was 1pm. We got dressed ...
... it is just a bunch of rocks you get a real sense of how this place functioned as a sports training complex back in the day .......... and the statues in the museum are amazing ... Topped-off by the fact that they were all found at the site.
Last but not least is the Temple of Zeus. The heart of Olympia and were every four years the Olympic torch is lit for the ceremonial trip to wherever the next Modern Olympics is being ...
... people serve with everything. Even the tinned fish I bought cheaply from your stores was the best canned fish I’ve ever had in my life.
And thank you for having so much homemade ice cream in exotic local flavours. It was worth every bite.
The language of love
The sound of your language is almost like Italian to me, so romantic and melodic. It rolls off my tongue easily and feels right to speak it. As my own language has its origins ...
... is always depicted in scenes showing an assembly of major gods.
Well, we saw Dionysus' "hand at work" at the Mercouri Estate, which has been producing olive oil and wine for over 150 years. We travelers learned about wine and olive oil making from the winery manager, specifically how the art and science of making these Greek specialties has changed over the years. We saw their wine production facilities, their vineyards ...
... on an expedition today but to spend the afternoon in the town with Sue. The temperature is hovering in the late 30's as we do the shops along the street of this small town. As usual there are many options but the selling style is much more restrained and therefore the shopping much more pleasant! My major purchase for the day is a teatowel – I know....so blimin practical! Everytime that towel comes to the surface when I get back ...