DP Daily Prompt: Tourist Trap Post by Ranu

Olympic Stadium

Olympic Stadium (Photo credit: caribb)

At the moment my dream destination is Athens, Greece. We have very good friends in Athens. Maria’s husband Demetrios is a physician. He worked in Newfoundland, for  a few years. He moved back to his native country. We exchange Christmas cards,every year. Their daughter writes to me,Maria says she has difficulty with English. Her daughter kindly writes about the family. I am anxious to see them in their familiar surroundings.

I am also keen on taking this trip,because I studied Greek History and am curious to see the places,I’ve read about. The Olympic stadium would be fascinating to see. I have no knowledge of the language,I’m sure I’ll get help from Maria’s kids. It will be fabulous to visit some of the places where Alexander the great moved around.

19 thoughts on “DP Daily Prompt: Tourist Trap Post by Ranu

  1. Dear Ranu,

    Thank you for sharing this. It sounds like it could be a wonderful journey.

    All good wishes,


  2. Dear Ranu,

    Thank you for sharing this with us. I am confident that you will be able to go one day Insha’Allah. And it sounds like a wonderful journey.

    Much love,

    • Thank You Shaidi,Maria writes and says she has trouble with speaking or writing English,she is back in her country and is not forced to speak the language.
      Inshah Allah I hope I can .
      With all my best wishes and lots of love.

      • Dear Chaman,

        Awhh yeah, language can serve as a barrier at times. However, as long as we use the language of love, we will always be able to understand one another.

        I am sure you will Insha’Allah 😀 Just send out positive thoughts with no doubt and you will go there very soon! That’s why the wise always told us to plant beautiful seeds in our subconscious mind. As it is our creative power.

        Much love,

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  5. I was just enraptured by The Temple of Athena. It is the most powerful monument to the strength and importance of women that I have ever seen. Give it a hug for me when you visit~

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