8 responses to “The Grasshopper & The Ant”

  1. Raena Lynn

    Hi Jim,

    I can tell this is the beginning of your journey in Greece after we Skyped! Some of your readers may not know, but you are presently on a 17 day vacation in Greece! I am so glad that you are having a wonderful time so far and I am looking forward to you photography. We are all in for a treat!

    You are definitely an experienced traveler by taking along a neck pillow and inflatable seat cushion. Your 5-star hotel is fabulous!

    Raena Lynn

  2. John

    One of the beautiful place in the world is Greece as I’ve heard and I’m hoping that someday I can go there and have a vacation together with my family. Yeah! You are definitely an experienced traveler by taking along a neck pillow and inflatable seat cushion. Your 5-star hotel is fabulous and awesone!

  3. crescele

    greece is really good! i believed you really enjoyed you stay there. i was so amazed after reading it actually. the 5-star hotel you ate talking is so great! 😀

  4. crescele

    Hi Jim, I was wondering about the title too so I ended up reading the whole blog. Interesting name for a restaurant. They don’t serve grasshoppers and ants, do they? That would make for a really unique Greek dish. Not sure anyone would order it though. I’d stick to my favorite moussaka.

  5. Jonathan

    I have always wanted to visit Greece. I see that you are a traveler and your post is really very interesting. This one captured my eyes because I think that the title is somewhat different but then it was your trip to Athens. It might really be great to have a view and feel the culture of the Greece people, especially knowing the Greek gods and goddesses. It is fascinating.

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