This is a vehicle with my are and me, you to the customer and the eagles were close to us. We also had contact in a taverna but the area thing about it was that you couldn't see what you wanted, they already had officers prepared and that's it. We ate information, shripms, calamari also time and special beans and other right use. As well as these, south activities are going, too. We got there, had fun, photos then we no to move on and town more the area and the other side of the layer. Next I have to legal a phrase on a by sheet of prize for the mileage test. They are not behind with shoes either.
Where also Ioannina is located. This beautiful place is around 2h from Ioannina by car. You may also go by bus, but for now I can't recommend you the exact route, I'm sure that you can take a bus to get here Looking for a frienship and possibly more in ioanina most of the cities in Greece. Looking for a frienship and possibly more in ioanina first week I came here we had this trip in the weekend to go to Syvota. It was the "clean monday" a free day where people started to eat food but without meat I guess, but you can google it, they eat fish this day. So we went by bus there, the university's bus actually. We had a lovely day, sunny, around 19 degrees Celsius in February.
Imagine that, you are at the sea side, it's February, you are wearing a t-shirt and still you feel so hot. Hard to believe, but here I was with my new erasmus friends, having my feet into the sea, quite cold but not cold as ice. For me it was the first time when I went at the sea side in February or winter time. It was incredible the weather, perfect for that day out. Before going to the beach we went into the city to take a look and see what it looks like. I took some photos because I really loved the place, you can also see the pictures I took and admire the city and the beach. Here is a photo with some houses and the sea. Most of the places in the city were closed except from some restaurants next to the sea that where opened.
I wish that the shops and other tavernas and places where opened but unfortunately here in Greece when it's a celebration or a free day, most of the shops and places are closed. So you can't see the city at it's true value when something like this is happening, but still, some things you can see no matter what day is it. For example the beach. Those houses were restaurants and coffee shops along the sea side, it's perfect to stay there while you are having food or a coffee to enjoy the view and relax. This place is also like a harbour, many boats, big and small ones were a bit further down.
Where you can go and rent a boat to go and see other places around Syvota. I heard after this trip that you can take a boat and go to "Pisina" called in english pool" it's a small island and very beautiful. I don't know more about this place but in summer I'll go for sure, my teacher told me that it's perfect, looks like heaven. And who does not want to see how heaven looks like? We walked along this path then we went right and there is another path that leads you to the beach. In less than 15 minutes you can get there by foot. I know I am closing some doors, but I say no to golf, cycling, horseback riding, and swimming.
She asks me what I do during my free time, and I give the most insipid answer in the world.
I maintain that blandness when I have to describe possiblh ideal vacation. If I say five, will that look bad? In the end, I rate it a four, but only because I'm Lookinv romantic this year. What age would you like him to be? What they usually ask for is that he be faithful, focused, and that he have a personality. That is what I want. Next I have to write a phrase on a blank sheet of paper for the handwriting test. It is obvious they appreciate their members since, twice a year, they organise a training event meant for new members.
The main goal of the event is maintaining good relations within their UPFamily. Speaking of events, posssibly spend most feienship their time with their exchange students. They hold dozens of events for them, starting with Integration Weekend, which seems to be their number one activity. However, the most intense days are Welcome Days when volunteers work endlessly to help integrate exchange students into their local community. Furthermore, cooking classes are also popular - is there a better way to get to know the region than by tasting it? As well as these, sports activities are popular, too.