Looking smashing on our roof top deck. Wonderful
Walking down a great little street near our hostel. Apparently this was touristy but we found 2 euro kebabs, so whatever
Ruins like this are scattered all over Athens. It´s pretty amazing and hard to believe such a big city just happens around them.
Our roof top bar on the first night. Acropolis in the back ground. Far left dude was from New Jersey. 19 or something and in to theretical physics. The guy in the green shirt is from Melbourne and in the amry reserve. Other babe is my wife.
Same dudes. After we made friends.
Walking tour. Amazing amount of rain but we persisted.
I don´t even care that I´m getting wet. So bad ass.
Our New Jersey friend refused to bring an umbrella or buy one. Our guide had to shelter him.
The guards wear funny clothes. This dude is outside the palace.
Chruches , churches and more churches. Europe has heaps
Same church bbut a really beautiful mosaic, I thought anyway.
We didn´t actually go up there on this day. Just to a look out near it. Too wet.
Other than Coke, the only truely universal thing is graffiti.
Great view over Athens. Steph was so excited!!!!
Deck outside our room.
These guys all head souther american accents. Classic.
So many tourists but somehow still humbling and really special. It was dead quiet and we both had some thinking time.
Kind of hard to really understand how big it is. Even here it doesn´t look as big as it felt.
Really funny. I have a thing against idiots with huuuuge cameras. This guy had two. He dropped one, which probably cost him 10k.
Now we are getting in to the old market place. It has a name but it´s nearly 1am and I can´t remember it.
Best thing I think I will take from Europe. These guys were playing African music. I bought their CD for 10 Euros, which isn´t cheap. Only just got to listen to it now in Spain and our whole hostel wants a copy of it. Been on repeat for two days. Molimo they call themselves.
Frozen yoghurt is big in Europe! Unreal!
Zues temple again.
And not far from the temple, we made a friend. He left and liked us so much he came back to our bench and hung out for a bit.
I call him Roger.