hi ladies, i have not posted lately, been in the background....gestating my Dr.K twins here....love them, but they do "make me sick" (literally) so far, so not much energy for the outer world!
but i have been tracking your posts, and so joyful to see new enthusiasm for going to greece, which has become dear in my heart as i spent nearly a year there til conceiving and traveling home. it is a home for me, and quite simply, Dr. K is family.
so today, we are at 14 weeks and i can lift my head a lot more often.
i wanted to pipe in a few contributions and am always up for any direct questions to me too...
- justcantstop: i dont know much (obviously) about your hormonal cycling, but when i became 40 , using all natural methods, i was able to move my cycle from 40 days to 29 precisely!. i know a bunch about diet, meditation, herbs and even natural thyroid supps....if you want any of that information to add to your health considerations....
- jamellabeth: after a year in greece and half of that in athens, i know a lot about accommodation! though i never used a hotel , i also know a lot about them. bottom line is very few have their own pools in athens. the area of embryoland is also not very hotel dense as compared to other areas. a pool is just not standard as it is in other major cities worldwide. i always found my housing on craigslist (usually best for a month or more but often cheap enough that renting a whole month is worth is!) and airbnb. i have a friend (now because of airbnb) with fabulous place about 2 km from embryoland (i used to walk and loved it, but its a 3 eu cab away too). but no pool. in fact, public pools are even hard to come by. not a one in embryoland area. i'd say if pool is priority, stay in the more touristy areas and be further from embryoland and just enjoy the cabs. they really are affordable (esp relative to the kind of budget the whole trip requires)
ok - growing fetuses are demanding i get breakfast.
best of luck to all who are planning and crossing fingers...:-)!