My family and I were driving around the mountains on our way to Zeus’ caves when we accidentally came across a car park with a spectacular view and a small gift shop where we paid 15 euros on ice creams. After spending approximately 10 minutes admiring the view and enjoying our overly priced ice creams my mother noticed a sign for the homo-sapiens museum, but there was no entry price in sight. Instead of leaving it at that, like most other visitors, we decided to follow the tunnel down to the entrance of the museum to find out the price. When we got to the end of the tunnel we were approached by the owner of the museum who told us that it would cost 3 euros each. However, we realised that we didn’t really have enough time as we were en route to the caves so politely told the owner that we needed to think about it and we then left the tunnel.
Just as we were about to get into our car we noticed that the owner had followed us out of the tunnel. He began to shout uncontrollably at my mother for taking photos of the mountainous view as it is “private property” (there were about 50 other tourists taking photos too!) and then claimed he would give us a discount to come into the museum. At this point we really had no interest at all and I told him we did not want to. The owner then advanced towards my father and SPAT in his face. It was disgusting and we could not believe what we had just seen! Instead of apologising this vile man continued to shout but this time at my father. My father remained calm and simply told the man that he didn’t want to insult him but that we were not interested in visiting the museum. The owner then charged towards my father shouting at him about respect and relentlessly cursing him in Greek, but my brother managed to keep him back. This happened several times and we had no way of escaping as the owner had come so close to the car. Reluctantly my father shouted back at the man and warned him away at which point the owner most probably realised it wouldn’t be such a clever idea to instigate a fight alone against two men. The owner then ran towards the gift shop yelling in Greek and we can only assume that he was intending to get back up from staff in the shop. At this point we all jumped into the car and drove off hastily. I would advise anybody to keep well away from this museum and in fact this entire area. This man is DANGEROUS and really does not deserve your custom! BE AWARE!!
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