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... 9. Guatemala
1. South Africa
1. New Zealand
3. Papua New Guinea
And then there is coming up for more.
Indeed, for a lot of the countries I visited so far, one time is ...
... Hall, a beautiful 19th century building which is one of Athens' exhibition centres. We saw the Catholic Cathedral which is quite small by Western European standards and eastern in its interior decoration - not one of the best, in our opinion! We walked around a few streets in the Plaka (the old city) - around our hotel - just getting a feel for the place.
The next day we went on an organised tour which took us to the Panathenaic Stadium which ...
... to bask in the joy of this. I wanted so much to show the students this place but I can't so I took lots of photos-free teaching resource-yay!!!
I had lost my ticket to get in the Theatre but found it again just before I needed it-again lucky. It was nice to be on my own for the theatre because no-one in the group would have appreciated it like me. I needed to experience it on my own cause only I understood how much this meant to me. After I finished it I randomly ...
It was a rough morning - fighting off jet lag so we didn't get out and about until 10:00am. We then went to Tony's (the hotelier) suggested breakfast place. When Andrea asked the name he just said "the green place by the metro." And he was right. We went to the place across the metro stop with green awning and had excellent Greek donuts and coffee. It looked like a Grecian attempt at Starbucks but Athenians only ordered "freddos"what looked like iced ...
... where we were entertained with some nice soothing piano music. All 8 at dinner, Steve is a retired science teacher and Sheryl a maths teacher. In the Royal Court Theatre a group of 4, 2 young English ladies and 2 young American men calling the show “Sing” they sang a good selection of popular songs.
11 Aug. A bit of white cloud around this morning we are still in Istanbul. We sat having breakfast looking out on to a very busy but interesting port. ...