On Sunday, the 20th ,this month, we will leave for a well deserved 2 weeks holiday in Greece. We plan to visit the northern continental part( we visited Crete twice and the third visit to the Minotaure shall wait a bit) and also a 3 days visit to Athens. I don't think I will have time to update meanwhile the blog and reilly,I don't plan to. It's been a stressful year, the effects of the business crisis affected lots of people,including us,so,everything I long for is having a wonderful,relaxing time.
I am counting days.... so far 2 :) Sunday evening I'll be sitting on a greek taverna on the mediterrana shore and enjoy sea food with a glass of the local roze. Ah, stuffed kalamari and grilled octopus are both lovely and I can't wait to taste them again.
Everytime we went to Greece didn't have time enough to explore the bigger cities because we were travelling with our son and always had to consider what/where and how we could do things. This year is soooo different- it's the first time we are leaving alone, for about 10 years so, it will somehow feel ( or at least this is how I feel it ) like a second honeymoon.Plus this time we are not taking the plane but driving our own car ( I will be driving).We will have to cross Bulgaria, where everyone is worried because of the Bulgarian cops, who corrupted, abusive and stop cars to ask for bribe. Of course, Bulgaria har better roads than Romania because they had a smarter government, but all over, this country sucks and feels like a Soviet communist province.Everything is grey there and seems gloomy and nasty and unfortunately is gloomy and nasty indeed and to lots of Romanians like myself, the trip to and from Greece implies this inconvenient part- crossing Bulgaria and dealing with their famous cops.Fortunately we're talking only 360 km( through Bulgaria) and an extra 300 in Greece, which is no big deal and part of it it's on the motorway so it shouldn't be such a problem.Last year I made all the trip by myself and nothing happened so I expect this year to be better.But enough about Bulgaria ! Greece is where we wanna get and as I said, I can't wait to see myself there.
Right now I am the only person awaken in the house :) I am watching William Leymergie with the morning TV programme I am seeing on TV5, the only francophone TV channel we have here, waiting for my tea to get a bit colder, so I can drink it and making plans for the last things to buy before leaving on Sunday. Yesterday I went to the beauty saloon for the wax ordeal and then cleaned over the whole house, so I can return ,around 1st July, in a clean nice environment.I bought some new brand novels to have at hand while staying in the sun and I'm ready !
I will post more photos and thoughts about it once I'me back. Tommorow I'll have the luggage ready ( hopefully it won't be huge) and I'll rest to be in perfect shape for Sunday morning.See you all in about 10 days !