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... br> 2017
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Should I manage to keep up with this plan, my traveling magic number will rise to 60 by the end of 2015 and who knows to what by the end of the 3 years... ...
... Aussies and Brits got off and then the hungover ones got on for their return to Athens.
Naxos was an island of surprises - a cool ruin overlooking the old town; white, sandy beaches; and the tallest mountain in the Cyclades (Mount Zeus at 1003m asl). From swimming at sea level to hiking to the top of the mountain we made the most of it. We also hired a scooter to get round although we had some engine troubles and locked our keys in ...
We had another tour planned in Athens. Docked at around 9am and headed for our bus and tour guide, Laura. Drove through the streets of the port, into the city of Athens, first stops the Temple of Zeus. Thereafter we headed to the city fresh market and tasted some delicious nuts and olives. One can buy anything here, from Rabbit to Cows head! Sardines to swordfish! This was ...
... make the most of the next tour. Last night I tried to force myself to be social, it being St Patricks day and all. I ended up chilling at the hostel bar watching videos on my phone, since I really didn't have the energy to join in the antics. This is OK. Sometimes you just don't come across people that you connect with. I just have to remember that this happens, and not to get all dark about it.
... the noble competition and hosts significant events; the 2004 Olympic Games being the highlight. The Olympic flame is lite at Olympia at the temple of Hera then makes it's way to the host city. That has been the tradition since 1938 when Hitler requesting the flame begin in Greece and come across to Berlin, hoping that would align the Arian race with that of victory and prestige. In 2004 was the first year the flame began and ended in Greece, making it's way through 26 countries and 34 ...