Living in a foreign country makes you establish unusual friendships. Due to my terrible sense of direction; it took me a month to manage to get to the bus station, which is 10 minutes walking from home, so the GPS and Google Maps became my true best friends through my stay in Greece.
What I loved about the Greek culture is that people are really friendly, helpful and extremely chillaxed, and you see the cafés ballooned with people all day long. Also, I cannot portray how delicious the food is ; which resulted in getting addicted to gyros.
I didn’t like the fact that the shops and supermarkets close very early compared to Jordan, besides everything is completely closed on Sundays!
Everywhere you go, you literally feel the rich historic and cultural heritage of Greece , it has many notable places and museums to visit , in addition to the various choices for spending the night out , but what I really appreciated here is that the nature is accessible for everybody to enjoy! and there are many activities to be done without you having to check your wallet, for example going for a run around the marina, going to the beach to enjoy the sun and the water anytime you wish, or simply to sit somewhere with a good view ,which you can find easily in Greece to watch the marvellous sun set.
We managed to make normal friendships as well with the people in the places we frequently go to which made us feel more welcome and attached to Greece.
What I really want to say is that ,living in Athens for three months will definitely hold a special place in my heart.