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Cruising in Halong Bay: one of the seven wonders

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Hangouts Del Sur

Late Review: Hercules (2014)

I guess there isn’t much that can appease me. Movies are essentially carbon copies these days with a few cosmetic changes. Hercules 2014 was no exception, digressing rather far from the source material. 220 more words


Blowing away the Bunny with a Bang . Chapter 3. A Samian Summer

An explosion ripped through the air. I uncurled from my crouched foetal position on the ground and looked around in confusion. The sun was shining, the sky still blue, the hedgerow intact and alive with nodding spring flowers. 423 more words


Aesop Fable with a Greek Script!

In my ancient Greece and Rome unit for homeschooling, we learned about Aesop’s fables. A fable is a story that teaches a lesson and contains a moral. 802 more words


Check out our short video about Zakynthos, with its blue waters and yes we even managed to get the turtle on tape (1.00 min)



Earlier this month I went to Santorini, an island southeast of Greece. Santorini, otherwise known as Thera is what is left of a volcanic eruption, said to be the largest of eruptions recorded in history! 97 more words