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Greek Festival

October 16, 2011 - USA

On the last day before leaving Pensacola, we’ve gone downtown to a Greek street festival. Obviously, it’s only curiosity, not an actual affection  that drove us to that place.  Unless you count baklava, which my wife is truly passionate about. Unfortunately, the one served was a bit too sweet for my wife’s taste and way to expensive for mine. On the flip side though, the Greek know how to party, and our kids felt very comfortable dancing with the natives. All we knew about traditional Greek dances, was limited to a distant memory of an old movie. Turns out Sirtaki, which is the proper name of a dance commonly associated with Zorba, the Greek is not even a traditional folk dance anyway. Did it stop our kids from making new friendships…? Not at all.

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ghislain.champire

Are those $ sent overseas to pay the debt??

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ghislain.champire

Are those $ sent overseas to pay the debt??

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rbajan

@ghislain.champire Hehe…;-) You wish! They stay in the US to buy new costumes for the kids…

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ghislain.champire

@rbajan Well, then Europe economy is going to explode and you’ll be partly responsible for it. shame on you, booooh!

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ghislain.champire

@rbajan Well, then Europe economy is going to explode and you’ll be partly responsible for it. shame on you, booooh!

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Robert

@ghislain.champire Hehe…;-) You wish! They stay in the US to buy new costumes for the kids…

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