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A Friday on the Greek island of Syros

This Friday, GlobalPost’s Alexander Besant explored the historic capital of the Cyclades chain of Greek islands. Like the rest of the Greek archipelago, Syros was a relative backwater in the Aegean for much of its history. Tourism struck in the latter half of the 20th century, but the island's quite streets appear more populated today by wide-eyed cats and curious dogs than humans.

#AFridayIn: Los Angeles, California

If your idea of a successful happy hour includes bartenders in bow ties, sweeping city skylines, and fiery sunsets — then this week's #AFridayIn certainly did not disappoint. 

#AFridayIn: Brighton, UK

On an unexpectedly sunny day in Brighton, GlobalPost's Corinne Purtill takes us out for a day at the beach.

#AFridayIn Hong Kong: Dim sum

Between the rustling newspaper pages, the savory dumplings, and the constant din of food carts on the move, dim sum in Hong Kong is truly something to be behold.

#AFridayIn: Pokhara, Nepal

On a drizzly evening in Pokhara, Nepal, GlobalPost Correspondent Jason Overdorf takes us out for a colorful night on the town.

#AFridayIn: The Port of Karachi

From bow to stern and everything in between, GlobalPost's Mariya Karimjee gives us an on-the-ground look at the Port of Karachi.

#AFridayIn: The Nantucket Wine Festival

This past Friday, GlobalPost guest writer and resident sommelier, Cathy Huyghe, gave us a behind-the-scenes look at the Nantucket Wine Festival.

#AFridayIn: Johannesburg, South Africa

From food vans to gastropubs and a wine show, GlobalPost's Erin Conway-Smith shares a sunny and delicious Friday in Joburg.

#AFridayIn Jerusalem: gin and tonic pub crawl

GlobalPost's Senior Correspondent in Israel, Noga Tarnopolsky, served up her version of #AFridayIn on the rocks with some muddled cucumber — as she took our Twitter followers on a gin-fueled evening in Jerusalem. 

A Good Friday In Autlán, Mexico

Traditionally known for tequila, cowboys, and Carlos Santana, Autlán, Mexico also has a very spiritual — and theatrical — side as well.
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