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... with olive trees and vineyards. Any untilled land is covered in wildflowers. It is a beautiful time of year here. There are lots of little villages along the way. The houses vary from very nice stone structures to little more than hovels. It is hard to tell if people actually live in the latter. Zakynthos is an agricultural island making olive oil, olive wood carvings, honey and cotton goods, hand embroidered. We stop at ...
... pushed threw it and got dressed in fancy clothes because it was gala night. We had some drinks at the wine bar and then headed to dinner. We had lobster bisque, salad, and lamb. I came back to the room because my stomach hurt and Mike went to the casino. That's when things got bad. We were both up all night SICK! Medicine wasn't helping so we tried to get threw it. We just arrived in Ismir and I am ...
... although the smiley waiter spoke very good english... We waited and watched and within the next ten minutes the restaurant had completely filled up, infact they were now turning people away. Will and I sat at our table, and I must admit at this point we were both a little smug as we had a table and food was on the way. We waited and waited and eventually the bottle of wine arrived! Progress... we were not in any hurry. At this point the students must have ...
At sea. All at sea, cos I have an exceedingly near terminal case of man-flu. I will be very surprised if I am able to complete the voyage. However, I went to the ship's doctor and was given paracetamol at the cost of $0.52. US. The nurse tried to distract me from my immediate demise by telling me it was the cheapest item on the ship. Her ploy was unsuccessful so my next duty is to check out ...
... it was dirty. There was lots of areas where garbage was just piled really high, and lots of graffiti, and nothing too unique. When we got to Olympia, which is where the Olympics started, we got lucky and it was free admission day. We walked around the ruins and it was fun to see, where different athletes would have done their training. The temple of Zeus is also here, and still has at least one of the ...