The plan for today was originally designed as a decompressing visit to Athens for a few more sightseeing stops. However, late last night, Mihalis offered a few Taylor students the opportunity to skip free time in Athens to spend all day in the Syrian refugee camp.
Every seat in his van was full.
I am not sure what to say about today. It would be easier to simply go to sleep and ignore the turmoil many of us experienced in the last 18 hours. But these roiling emotions do us no good until they have been shared, and my job is to share them.
Winding, stomach-turning highways brought us to Delphi and the temple of Apollo today. A milennia and a half of pagan rituals could do nothing to darken the splendor of the view.