Went for a walk up to the Acropolis, but guess what, it's apparently closed for archeologists to do their digging work. cheh. so i walked around the area, snapping photos, had some nice greek salad and walked to the National Archeological Museum, about 2 km north of the Acropolis area. Guess what, the museum was closed as well! bosan betul.
So here i am, at 4pm, back in my room. Tomorrow is only going to be Saturday, and then Sunday, then i gotta figure out a way to get to Skopelos, ferry schedules still not out yet, and i'm getting nervous by the hour. Apparently the bus leaves Athens for the port at 6.45am, so i guess one must really want to get to the Sporades Islands to want to wake up at this ungodly hour.
I'm hoping it will be better than Athens. Athens is nice and sunny, but the dust is getting to me. It's a lively, graffiti laden city, and it feels like you're walking through an archeological site every corner you turn. I don't know what i was expecting really. I enjoyed Italy a lot last year, maybe i was expecting a similar experience. Maybe i should read my guide book a bit more to see what else i could do here.