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September 2010
Posted on September 14th, 2010 by paularath

We just returned from several days in spectacular placeso n the Greek Mainland, my favorite being Meteora. Meteora in a spiritual place where convents and monasteries have been carved into the rocks. I believe it is a wonder of the world. Since the 11th century it has been a place of prayer where nuns and
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Posted on September 12th, 2010 by paularath

We are now in Delphi and will be consulting with the Oracle this morning. I should have explained that we are currently on a four-day “road trip” with Greek guide Nick Kalomiris, who was recommended by several Honolulu friends. And rightly so! He is a phenomenal guide, not to mention a former race car driver.
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Posted on September 11th, 2010 by paularath

I must apologize for all the ugly glitches in my blogs from Greece. The computers I have been trying to use are much slower than my touch and I seem to jam them up. I also can’t read the “edit” adn “Paste” – type instructions because, well, they are all in Greek. I hope  to
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Posted on September 10th, 2010 by paularath

I’m  been so remiss with my missives from Greece. It hasn’t been as easy as I had hoped to blog from here. But I think I’ve figured it out now so please check in often. And soon I will be able to share photos wiht yhou, such as the photo of the view of the
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Posted on September 8th, 2010 by paularath

Sorry to have been silent for a few days. I know, it’s not characteristic! We just spent a couple of days in San Francisco with my husband’s incredibly adorable grandchildren: Vienna, Emerson and Elliott. They are triplets – yup, three of ’em – and are now seven years old. I can’t tell you how much
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