Thursday, April 2
Sites Visited: None (day off)
Where did we stay tonight?: Ayios Nikolaos
Leaders: Alexander Assaf and Kate Ginsburg reporting
Alexander: Good day and welcome to the Agios Nikolaos daily news report. Today, we are your charming anchors are Alexander Assaf and Katherine Ginsburg. Your local weather man is, none other than, our favorite Joseph Indvik. With Sports, we have Christopher Johnson, and with the Daily Hum-Drum, Charles Clark.
Katherine: Breaking News Update: Agios Nikolaos is one of the most beautiful, magnificent places on Crete.
Alexander: Thank you, Katherine, could you report on what people did on this beautiful day?
Katherine: Certainly, Alexander—there were many a beach go-er today amongst the group: Christopher, Kathryn H., Alexandra, Benjamin, Dallis, and myself. Later in our sportscast, Christopher will give us an update on swimming in the Mediterranean. Spending the day at the beach was pure bliss. We followed the experience with a nice stroll–to familiarize ourselves with the town–and a nice long lunch at a local Cretan café.
Alexander: That sounds great, Katherine. Today, Joseph and I made our own excursion around Agios Nikolaos, and discussed the beauty of the mountains and the water. Oh boy, is the Mediterranean clear. We followed up with a nice Greco-Italian lunch.
Any idea of what the rest of the group did, Katherine?
Katherine: I believe Kaitlyn rested most of the day and rejuvenated herself to prepare for another long day on the FSP job. Jerry nearly was run over by a Beamer and a motorcycle. Kathryn M. made a trek of her own within the town. Sarah and Jason also parted their own ways to enjoy the town. Charles walked around town as well.
Alexander: Well, Katherine, that sure does sound like a lot of individual exploring. Hopefully, people learned much in the art of navigating, Greece, and beach today.
From the anchor’s desk, that’s all from us. Up next is your local forecast, the Daily Hum-Drum, and sports update. Good night.
(Both anchors smile as the camera zooms out)
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