A week in Greece brought new inspiration and many lasting memories as I entered the portals of the classical world with a 9kg bébé attached. A logistical challenge beyond what I have experienced as an independent voyager, the focus was far from ‘a traveller discovering ancient ruins’, as our journey was instead, ‘one of encounters with gods and goddesses’. The spirit that evokes the welcome we might have received at the temples in another epoch is very much alive in the population today and embraces all who make their pilgrimage to see the wonders that remain. Warmth and hospitality abounded as the residual energy of our exchange…
01 Jun This entry was published on June 1, 2014 at 5:46 pm. It’s filed under Adventure, Antipodean, Architecture, Art, Baby, bébé, Culture and Arts, Design, Environment, Europe, Ex Advertising Creative, Expat, France, History, Lifestyle, New Zealander in France, Photography, Sculpture, Tourism, Travel and tagged Acropolis, Aegean, Ancient Agora, Athens, columns, Goddesses, Greece, greek, Parthenon, spring, temples, travels with a baby, voyage.