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Meteora

Meteora means “suspended rocks” (or something along those lines) in Greek. The term works, but it doesn’t quite describe the oddity of the landscape. It’s as if someone cored bits of the moon and replanted them in rural Greece. Then … Continue reading

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An Introduction

One of our first encounters with Athens was a middle aged man in a business suit spray painting the side of a building. Graffiti is everywhere – admittedly, we are staying in a <25 euro / night hotel room and … Continue reading

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Varanasi

Most of my entries will probably be hand written, than typed in afterwards, so they’ll be a bit off on dates – e.g., I wrote this entry on 29/Jan and I’m posting it on 30/Jan. I owe you an entry … Continue reading

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