June 28, 2002
28/6 10:38 GMT (Greek Maybe Time) - While Athens has already embraced us like we'd never left here, Dessy almost overwelmed us with her hospitality. (Realy, just a spare matres would have been enough. Thank you SO much, dear!)
It's unbelievable how little changes after so many months. This huge, lively town named after the Godess of War Athina doesn't seem to have changed a bit. But those special places, those wonderful clubs & bars along the coastline never stop to amaze me. And this lovely, mellow 'hideout' type of bar that our Godess of Hospitality took us to last night, just made me feel like we were on the islands already.
Can't wait to set sail again. Especialy now our lovely 'hostess' has agreed to be our guest aboard for the weekend!
Posted by Bas at June 28, 2002 11:19 PM
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With all this hospitality in Greece, don't forget the ones who are (temporarely) left over to offline surfing the waves of Greece (via and c-sails.com) :
e.g. REBOOT THE FUCKIN' SERVER !
(ps. have fun!)
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Time: Saturday, June 29, 2002, 11:19:18 PM
What does this have to do with Greek Gods? Please tell me because I am doing a collage report on Greek gods and godesses.And I was going to recomend your site but you dont have anything on them! So I will give you a tip, Put some Information on the site it would make alot more sence. I waisted my time talking to you.
To all visitors like Kristie: NO THIS SITE IS NOT ABOUT GREEK GODS, nor is it about the handling of "Error Type: ADODB.Connection (0x800A0E78)".
If you expect a keyword search to make up your college report or configure and maintain your server, you're using Google for the wrong purpose. But thanks for your visit anyway, I hope you gained a new persepective on the subject you were actually interested in.
Oh, and maybe you all would want to check your spelling: it's goddesses. I'm not about to change it in this post, 'cause this typo gets me lots of hits. (And even if you are a stupid f*** like Kristie... who am I to turn down my beloved visitors?)
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