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... she ramped her ATV off of a cliff, but jumped off the back just in time! She later had to pay 550 euro for the damages, but thankfully she was okay! Jenna and I then took our ten thousand tourist pictures down by the beach and froze trying to lay out and soak up as much sun as we possibly could! We then went back up to our rooms to pack up our things and sprinted back down to the beach to watch our last sunset in GREECE! It was so sad - our time in Greece ...
... internet) 5-6 kms distance. hopefully I will be able to convince the driver to drop me off at the nearest junction and then walk home in an hour or so.
So, I am back from the first leg of my Ionian Experience, three days in Corfu, or Kerkyra in Greek. All-in-all I must conclude that it has been an amazing trip, with a lot of ups and few downs. I was not alone - unusual for me on these kinds of trips - as I was accompanied by my Romanian roommate from Kozani.
June 18: Rome, Italy -> Igoumenista, Greece
Met Australian chick Tatum in train station
Train from Rome to Bari
Cab to port and the witnessing of the insanity that is Italian traffic
-dude stnading on luggage rack of bicycle yelling/shaking fist at cars)
Overnight ferry to Patras (scratch that) Igoumenista
-met Abby, Lindsay, Scott, John and Mikey
-slayed 2E90 wines bought on boat
-decision made to get ...
... hotel around 11:30 (good thing we changed our watches back one hour otherwise it would have been after midnight). Hotel is ok. Nothing special. Pool open but too cold. A couple of Germans swam though. Weather in Corfu though south of Germany was cooler than Germany. Nice when the sun was out but overcast most of the time we were there. This stop was planned as a rest after the previous ...
... epitomized by George W. Bush -- are leaving them. When I was visiting my daughter at her college, she asked me about a terrifying story that ran in this newspaper on Oct. 2, reporting that the Arctic ice cap was melting ''to an extent unparalleled in a century or more'' -- and that the entire Arctic system appears to be ''heading toward a new, more watery state'' likely triggered by ''human-caused global warming.'' ''What happened to ...