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Thessaloniki, the Hipper Side of Greece

By Perrin Moving north, we spent two days in Greece´s second largest, and purportedly “hippest,” city. This proved to us that, when trying to understand a country, two cities is better than one. Can you imagine if someone visited only … Continue reading

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Where in the World Are We?

By Perrin My current travel companion is Dan Balk. He’s a college buddy. In school we called him Math Major Dan. This nickname stemmed from his choice of major, but it stuck because of the novelty factor: never before had … Continue reading

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Ciao Italy, γειά σου Greece!

By Perrin The time has finally come to peace out of Italy and go somewhere new. Quite accidentally I landed in Patras, Greece. The site-seeing began instantly, in the form of cultural observation. I knew Dan would be a good … Continue reading

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