It is not easy learning to live in a different country. I am sharing my experiences and hope someone will find it useful whether living here in Greece or any other country.

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Everything Is First

Taking the bus, learning the metro, the train.  This is like starting all over just in a different
country. Walking in the streets, sounds a little funny to me at first, just keep a good look out
behind you, or you just might get run down.  Or walk on the sidewalk and hope you don't stub
your toe, mostly brick and uneven, but what isn't?

People everywhere, cars, motorcycles weaving in and out of traffic, at first it seems like a free-
for- all. I guess with so much traffic the police just let the traffic go at a flow, until a accident
happens, and you bet they'll be there.

First ride on the metro. I call it a subway, but either way, never been on one. All I can say is, it
moves out, better hang on, unless you're lucky and get a seat. It stops at stations along the way
they are written in Greek, but I hope to catch on someday.

First time seeing the sea. The Pacific ocean is all I have seen and took a few dips in. Took a few
dips in  Southeast Asia waters, but not on vacation there. Visited my first island one of thousands
they say.
One of many boats for visiting islands

First Sunset
My Tour Guide.

Beautiful Women In Greece

My Top Two Facebook Friends.


Adeola Naomi said...

Great reading your experience here!
Are you staying or just here for vacation?

Carlos said...

Plan to stay, but must return to USA for a visa. I love it here in Greece and it is much better for my health. Thank you for being a faithful reader of my blog.