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The 40 minute drive from Corinth to Epidavrus was very scenic, as much was along the coast with dramatic views of green clad high hills on one side and blue sea on the other. There were some islands in the sea and we saw one aqua culture farm.
Whilst there are ruins and a small museum at Epidavros, the 2,500 year old theatre is the star attraction and the one item we went to see. Epidavros was once the most famous ...
... things in this world have meaning if one understands them properly as gifts from God. What is good is to eat and drink and work until one is content. Eating, and drinking, and working are meaningless in and of themselves, but they can be meaningful when understood as part of a grander plan and as divine beneficence. We can enjoy life and whatever it may hold knowing that our enjoyment does not consist of what our lives amount to on paper (e.g., what we own, or how ...
Our day is full! May 1st is not only our son Graeme's birthday but a national holiday in Greece as well as much of Europe. As a result, we have needed to double up on our site visits.
First up was a short drive out of Naphlia to Epidavros to see the best preserved theatre in Greece. It holds 16,000 people and still used on weekends for plays and concerts. Naphlia is only 2 hours from Athens and is a popular weekend escape. The theatre acoustics are amazing. Epidavros ...
... and friends and trying to Skype as much as we can.
Hand washing each day...takes a while and hurts my wrists.
Making yoghurt from scratch most days which takes a little time but the result is worth it.
Making homemade bread.
Trying out local recipes and sourcing local supplies from different shops around the island...time consuming but fun!
As you can see a lot of the ...
... and gyros. Boo and David Lewis said it was the best gyros they have ever had!!! I'm so glad for Boo - since it's her birthday!!!! Yipee.
As Craig and I walked through town we noticed our orchestra poster advertised everywhere - pharmacy, supermarkets, shops, restaurants, phone booths etc… That was very fun to see!!!!
Tolo is a traditional Greek fishing village. It's very cute and quaint.