Views of an OHS Life #1
The “Views of an OHS Life” column aims to showcase the diversity of OHS students. It documents the day-to-day life of students living all over the world.
The first installment features Devan Bourbeau, a student currently residing in Sternes, Crete, Greece.
This is the local tavern in my town of Sternes. It has great food and is the most conveniently located.
Here is the stadium that I play soccer in with my Greek team. It’s a bit smaller than the average field but it is great nonetheless.
This is the main roundabout that is used to go to different places on the Akritiri (Peninsula).
This is taken from just about the center of Sternes, and is where I go for walks most of the time.
This is what is known as geap road for its abundance of sheep and goat herds to the side. It’s a two lane road that I run on often.
This is the closest olive tree orchard near our house. It’s a great place to go and relax.
This is my neighbor’s house and their two goats. They live right across the street from us.
This is the main beach that I go to. The fish tavern is right behind it and has really good fresh fish.
This is a picture of the waterfront of Chania. It is the only major city on the West side of the island, so we do most of our shopping here.
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