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... to BBQ and he brings us tomatoes and grapes for us to eat. Katerina, the daughter who is always in the main office tells us that we can take anything from the garden. We even get fresh eggs once in a while. They just appear magically in our fridge with no note or anything! At first I thought Brian had bought some, but it turns out they just give out eggs once in a while! Another time, Katerina knocks on our door to give us some of her home made yoghurt pie ...
... the booze culture down under. Our All Black labelled bag attracted a couple of young kiwis. It's always a good feeling to talk to other NZers a long way from home. The super yachts were of junior status, maybe $10-50M, and a lot were tightly bunched together, anchored and with stern lines to the rocks so they needed no swing room between them. Luckily we were well lathered up as we spent 10 hours on the beach. Our hang out for the day was on our comfy sun loungers at a cost ...
... and partying again until the early hours of the morning. They even have a club called Sweet Irish Dream that doesn’t even open until 6am!! After 2 nights at Francescos we moved to Far Out and stepped it up a notch. Far Out is a village all on it’s own, basically everything you imagine spring break to be. 3 pools, numerous bars, the hottest people you have ever seen walking around in as little as possible, sunshine, beaches, dance floors and music. There were ...
... from Naxos, and has a short shelf life due to it not being pasteurised or made with too many preservatives. So for dinner we ordered some different plates, tapas or messes eating is the best in Greece, you get to taste heaps of different foods. So we ordered fava ( which turned out to be the best I've ever tasted). Bruschetta with anchovies, capsicum and capers, saganaki shrimp which was different to traditional saganaki, the prawns had a light crust ...
... stepped off of the ferry Ria was standing there waving at us excitedly and did not look the least bit tired. What a wonderful surprise! We were very happy that we did not have to kill a few hours wondering around the harbour. It was only a short drive up the hill before we arrived at Ria`s beautiful home. We got to meet and chat with her and her partner Kostas before we stumbled into bed at 5am. It is so wonderfully quiet here on this island and we sleep like the ...