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Backtrack for the Backpack

After a quick breakfast at a local cafe and scoring some Greek Tylenol near an orange tree lined street, we jetted out of Athens in our Up! Volkswagen. I prayed our little dune buggy wouldn't fall to pieces on us as we whizzed by block after block of graffiti covered buildings, making our way...

permalink written by  blondie on February 6 from Litochoron, Greece
from the travel blog: Greek Life



Smoke Signals

So I'm starting to notice a trend here. The Greeks like to smoke...and they also like cologne. I'm not sure if liking cologne is independent of trying to cover up the smell of smoke or not, but the two smells create quite a nauseating effect on my sensitive nose!! One thing I look forward to in...

permalink written by  blondie on February 7 from Thessaloniki, Greece
from the travel blog: Greek Life



Greekonomics

We woke up at the crack of dawn (actually I woke up at 2am and couldn’t go back to bed), and made a beeline down to the offensively expensive breakfast (at least compared to outside of the hotel) downstairs. We were so famished, we didn’t have the wherewithal to track down a breakfast place that...

permalink written by  blondie on February 5 from Athens, Greece
from the travel blog: Greek Life



Greecing the Skids

As soon as we emerged through the customs doors into the unsecure side of the bustling Athens airport, the heavy scent of smoke hit me as hard as Serena Williams whacks a tennis ball. Ugh, reminiscent of the Prague airport, I thought. I liked the vibe though. People were loud and outgoing. ...

permalink written by  blondie on February 5 from Athens, Greece
from the travel blog: Greek Life



3 Hours in Amsterdam

We left San Diego in a bit of a hurry this morning. Grammy flew in last night to take care of the kiddos while we are gone for the next 10 days. This trip will be a nice break from the daily whirlwind of the little ones, but I think I underestimated how much I would already miss them in the...

permalink written by  blondie on February 3 from Amsterdam, Netherlands
from the travel blog: Greek Life



Day 2 --The Cold War in the Cold

Checkpoint Charlie, Black Box Kalter Kreig, Mauer Museum, Berlin Wall, Jewish Museum, Dali Museum, Gendarmenmarkt

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on November 28 from Berlin, Germany
from the travel blog: Berlin (2014)



Day 1 and Lots To See and Do

Alexanderplatz, Berliner Weihnachtszeit, TV Tower (but only the base), Brandenburg Gate, Memorial to the Murdered Jews, Potsdamer Platz

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on November 27 from Berlin, Germany
from the travel blog: Berlin (2014)



Coominya.

I really do not know where to start now that the vacation has actually started. Just catching up with the family is beyond awesome and capturing the emotion and the togetherness that just instantly spills out between us all is just too much to describe. The interactions between Quinn and...

permalink written by  Groovespook on October 23 from Coominya, Australia
from the travel blog: Australia Family Madness 2014



The trip.

We started off in high spirits. Our arrival to Newark airport was painless (thanks J and T) and check in was actually friendly and efficient. To anyone who has been to Newark airport, or checked in to virtually every national carrier in America, this is a rare treat. Of course, I blame Quinn...

permalink written by  Groovespook on October 20, 2014 from Coominya, Australia
from the travel blog: Australia Family Madness 2014



VIVIR EN UNA ISLA como Koh Tao

Hace ya un poco más de un mes que llegamos a Tailanda. Hace casi un mes que he cambiado radicalmente de vida y la vida me ha cambiado radicalmente, la vida que siempre nos tiene sorpresas preparadas, algunas no tan agradables, pero son las que más nos enseñan. Interesante es esa entrevista que...

permalink written by  Noemi y Carlos on October 19, 2014 from Koh Jum, Thailand
from the travel blog: NUESTRO VIAJE POR ASIA Y ALGO MAS...


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