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Today we starts our three day tour of Delphi and the Meteora's. It meant a 6.15 am wake up, but we managed :) Our bus picked us up from our hotel at 7.30 and drove all around Athens to pick others up before we changed over on to the correct bus for our tour (we drove past the round about near our hotel three times this morning!). Our bus consisted of English and French tourists so everything was said in both languages. I ...
... island's residents had fled to its grounds in terror as the soldiers advanced from the coast and up the canyons. Sanctuary was not to be found and every person, men, women and children, was killed. Many of the skulls on display, even among the smallest of them that obviously had been children, bore sharp-edged axe wounds, showing the level of barbarity of the slaughter.
We killed a few hours in Chios Town with lunch and a stroll along the harbor and in ...
... found the path and headed toward it. Conner followed me right away and we ventured up there. Barefoot in our bathing suits climbing up this steep mountain with rocks and tree and tons of spider webs. It was quite the experience climbing up without shoes, stick in hand ready to attack an spider I came in contact with. It was so fun, but we eventually got there. The cave was huge and wide open at first, but got dark so of course we didn’t go very far in it. We yelled ...
... sanctuary of Athens Pronaia it was noted that goats were a lot perkier when grazing in a particular place. It eventuated that a woman called Pythia became the Oracle of Delphi thanks to the hallucinogenic gases in the area. People travelled from far and wide to hear her prophecies on their future, from when to plant the fields to when to go to war. It ...
... leg slightly in front of the other. These Kouros statues are called the "Twins of Argos." Later in the museum we saw the famous statue of the boy and chariot, which is made of bronze and was created in 480 B.C. After touring the museum we went to another monastery. We traveled to the Monastery of Osios Loukas. This monastery is dedicated to St. Luke and four monks live here. In the 10th and 11th centuries ...