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It has been a month since my last big dose of fresh original content. A month full of frustrating news, uncertainty and worries about the future of our blockchain. I guess it is only natural that my normal rate of posting was interrupted. Actually I was a bit surprised that some people kept posting as if nothing had happened, but after all everyone has a different response to a specific stimuli and that's the beauty of human nature!

Checking at my feed today I noticed that the new trend is the corona virus related posts which, I admit, is an interesting topic, if not from the medical point of view, at least as a social phenomenon. But again this is not what I want to write about.

No more hostile takeovers and even more hostile viruses for me, not today. Actually the only thing I want to tell you about is my winter vacations! It is a lovely afternoon after a fulfilling working day at my farm and an even nicer siesta :) and I am ready to open my archives and edit some more pictures of the ones I took in January during my trip to Nafplion, one of the oldest, most picturesque and most beautiful Greek towns!

So come and join me for a long walk around the narrow streets and the iconic buildings of the first capital of modern Greece (1821-1834) and a favorite destination for millions of visitors!

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I hope you enjoyed it. I sure did, both the first time that I was actually there, as well as today that I relived it as I was presented it to you!

If you have missed my previous posts for Naflion here are the links and one picture from each one of them.


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Market Friday on the Christmas vibe!


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The castle of the throne


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The long way!


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On a cloudy day!


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I can only try


All the pictures and the words are mine.

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Well you made me happy too :)
I want to thank you for all your support the past 2 years, it is much appreciated. I am going to miss the tag #travelfeed but I guess you have to move on.
I am keeping an eye on TravelFeed.io, as well as the steem communities but I am not just ready to jump into it. Maybe in the future!
Thanks again and see you around :)

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It's good to have these beautiful pictures to relieve the eyes at least... Seems that the world is going insane and taking a breath is more necessary than ever Keep posting and sharing!

Yes, it looks like the main symptom of this virus is global insanity!
I am lucky enough to live on a rural, non affected area but from what I here the situation in the cities is resembling a dystopian horror movie.

hehehehehe totally agree... Coronavirus is just the diagnosis that we 've been sick for a while.

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