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4th May 2015 – Athens, Greece We’ve placed our faith in iron railings And in huge construction cranes that loom above. Even history hangs in the frame here. And to see it through the reconstruction, I strove. There was one last thing that I had to see in Athens, before I went north to the other Balkans. The Acropolis is a staple tourist attraction, but when in Greece, do what the tourists do! So, I followed the horde and walked towards the most important surviving building of Classical Greece. The entrance was 12 EUR, which would have normally turned me back. But […]

Project 365: Day 307 – Conquering the Parthenon and Acropolis

Temple of Zeus in Athens Greece
3rd May 2015 – Athens, Greece Zeus had his thunderbolt, and the trusted armour, Aegis. And Poseidon obliterated stuff with his trident. While some of us mortals merely have a camera And the human art of balance, to be content. I had the craziest adventure last night, when I reached Athens. It was tough already, given that I landed at 10.30. What didn’t make it easier was that I had to make a Skype call as soon as I landed. I knew this was killing valuable time, but some things – and people – don’t wait. After the call, I rushed to the metro to catch […]

Project 365: Day 306 – Zeus temple. Sleek cameras.

This was the first post of an entire year-long series, which I named ‘Project 365′. The idea was simple enough: travel for a full year and document every day of it, in the form of a daily picture and poem. I am still working on a book of this year-long travel, but till then, enjoy all the posts here. You can check out the daily posts in the details below or jump to the final day of the project by clicking here. 1st July 2014 – Singapore From dust we rose and to dust we shall go And dust is […]

Project 365: Day 0 – The beginning