Toshiko wrote:Anyway, I added some sightseeing photos in Greece.
If you like it, please take a look.
Toshiko wrote:I was so surprised that he didn't become sick with so much alcohol after that.
That was why I didn't notice he drank the whole bottle of the wine.
I guess he ate enough food so it helped not to get sick with it.
I loved the seafood, too even though the sea bass's head was looking toward us.
http://s25.photobucket.com/albums/c89/aepo/The%20Greece%20shows%202009/Sightseeing%20in%20Greece/?action=view¤t=P1070144.jpg Sorry, sea bass...
Visiting the Socrates' balcony was one of our tour's highlight.
At the balcony, Socrates taught students and the balcony was still there!
I love philosothy.
I was so honored to stand the same balcony where Socrates stood.
Am I smarter now?
This is the moon picture I took last night in my town.
Isn't that wonderful we are looking at the same moon and the same sun?
Toshiko wrote:Hi Lenita, Christy,
I always wish the heppy time to last forever, but it always ends somehow till next happy time comes.
Some people says "You had such wonderful memories so you should be happy," but how can I be happy all the time when the happy time passes. I don't like living in the memories. I like living in the present.
Life is sometimes so mean.
And the happy time passes 32 times faster than regular days. Is that only me who feels that way?
Hi Alizee and Antonis,
Yes, the tour was wonderful and we were so lucky to meet the taxi guy.
He was just like a history teacher.
We didn't mike to the Temple of Poseidon before dark so we drove up the hill and park in front of the gate then walk up to the fence.
Mad Dog was so amazed with the Temple, but I was a little worried about snakes...
Do you have snakes in Greece?
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