Kerameikos and the coast of Greece
Kerameikos is the most ancient cemetery in Attica. It was also an area occupied by potters, and it sat both inside and outside the Athens city walls.
There are very few tourists at the archeological sites. But we did find this one fellow at Kerameikos:
We caught our boat at the port in Athens and are currently out at sea. This is a view off the rear of the boat as we were leaving the bay area.
I overheard a young women who had recently graduated from Princeton telling her mother that her boyfriend at college was a great guy but she wasn’t so sure she could really stay with him. He isn’t from a very good family and he has like zero connections in the world… At Iliff we call this White privilege.
Foodie update: Beet risotto with horseradish and fennel for my first cruise dinner. It was lovely, but sadly I didn’t take a pic.