Sunday, October 28, 2007

Kos - history and more history

the wetland at Psalidi, not so wet these days...
big, very big tree

walking through the city's open archeological areas
the Asklipeion - the most amazing archeological site, after Delphi for me in Greece, very Mayan
-like steps and scale, with a gorgeous forest around it
I havent been blogging for quite a while, but have been travelling mucho for work mostly, Kos island, Peloponnese and the fire stricken areas, Skyros island blah blah. But I'll just be posting Kos, which despite the fact that its an island developed for mass tourism, it made quite an impression on me, beautiful old italian-era buildings, the city with all its historical layers that makes it such a joy to walk through and the images from the fires are just too damn depressing.

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