Greece is a country steeped in history and is known as the birthplace of Western Civilization. In this episode, Globetrotters discover things you don't always associate with Greece; such as rally-racing, rocket wars and rituals in Greece. Once a year, in the small fishing village of Galaxidi, people take to the streets with bagfuls of colored flour to throw at each other. More than 3300 pounds (1500 kgs) of flour is used annually in the celebration of the Flour War, which is tradition, and, we bet, a lot of fun! Mykonos we learn is the premier hotspot in Greece, a beautiful stretch of coastline that also offers some of the world's best nightlife for tourists. Also, we search for the lost city of Atlantis; then pay homage to Greece's Olympic history.