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Greece. It's just one of those places that calls to me. A few days in Athens and a week cruising the islands with my mama the summer I graduated college didn't even come close to sating the hunger I've always seemed to have for all things Greek. If anything, that perfect tease of a trip…

Packing Post

It's no secret that packing is on the list of my least favorite aspects of travel, ranking somewhere between sleeping in the terminal during overnight layovers and being seated behind a teething infant on twelve hour suspension-free bus rides. Even a weekend trip to Vegas can reduce me to a puddle of packing misery, so…

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Wow! In the past week I've hopped three countries, three continents, and four religions. I started in the ancient Greek city of Delphi, wandering temples built to Athena and Apollo. Next, I made my way to Meteora, where I explored monasteries built across the dramatic clifftops of mountainous Central Greece. Leaving Europe, I hopped over…

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Greetings from... you guessed it, Greece! My mind is reeling at how quickly the past two weeks of my Greek Island Hopping tour went by. Santorini charmed me once again, and Ios made a memorable first impression. But what surprised me most of all? How hard it was yesterday to say goodbye to the friends…

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Greetings from Greece -- again! I can't tell you how happy I am to be reporting from the same country for two weeks in a row. Not that that's any indication I've slowed down. Life is once again reaching category ten levels of chaos as I try to fit in too much work, too much…

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All I can say is thank goodness I have another two weeks in Greece, or there would be tears all over this keyboard. All the love I felt for this country on my brief but fabulous first visit has come flooding back, and if it weren't for the euros that seem to magically fly out…

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