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This is where I aspire to travel within the next 3 years: Remaining 2014: * Ruta Mayas - Mexico - Guatemala, maybe also Honduras? (new countries) 2015 * China (new country) * Ireland (new country) * Naples - Amalfi coast - Pompeii * Russia (new country) 2016 * ...
The world is an endless line of experiences and truly there is no country that I would not want to visit. Afraid that managing 200 countries is close to impossible, here are my 30-40 top priorities, aiming to get close to meeting 100 countries at least ;)
9. Iceland ...
Today was our last day in Greece. We woke up and packed and checked out (quite the routine we've gotten into) and headed to the archaeological site of Olympia. There we had lectures from Dr. Hatlie, Ryan Reedy on the Olympic Games, Dr. Freni, on the Temples of Zeus and Hera, and Dr. Tullius on Ancient Greek Excellence. After their lectures we headed to the first Olympic stadium for the big race. First ...
... cooled off at your pebbled beaches, and before I knew it, it was well into the evening hours. The days just flew by and I started to understand why your people stayed up late into the night, enjoying every bit of those long summer nights.
The sun would still be shining down until well after dinner, and after dusk the warm nights beckoned me to wander again. I didn’t stay up late with you often, but the few nights I spent on my own enjoying the ...
... 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 ...