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... a lot of English but we communicated well enough for her to understand we found her because of the book.
After a good night of rest we decided the next day to check out the nearby beach. The better one that is in walking distance was still about a 30 minute walk. The walk itself was nice with some pretty views of the sea. Once we got to the beach we were set. We had to pay for an umbrella and chairs, but they were well worth it. Kevin went for a swim and I ...
... a Greek letter meaning Jesus.
Back to the boat for the last time and about an hour from Athens. We are entertained in the dining room by Greek dancing. The Greeks love a good dance! We see two guys who dance traditional dances in various costumes and then get the crowd to join in for some fun dances. Of course I am chosen as I sat at the front! We dance a form of Zorba in a snake line weaving in as out of the seats. Then I got chosen for a ...
Epidavros was the most famous healing center in the ancient Greek world. Here, pilgrims prayed to Asklepios for health. The sanctuary boasted medical facilities, housing for the sick, mineral baths, a stadium for athletic competition and a theater. No one was allowed to be born or die here. The famous theater seated 15,000 people. It is easy ...
The Greeks have it made! Never mind their economic crisis, how could someone get worked up in this environment. They've been incredibly hospitable, friendly people.
Nafplio was a great little town on the Peloponnesian coast. The ocean is so clear and bathtub warm. I went on a nice hike to walk around the 17th century ruins of Palamidi Fortress. It was a pretty serious climb, around 1000 steps ...
... together, enjoying each others company it really what our relationship is truly about. We have travel a quarter of the way around the world, we are well situated in a small home on a Greek island, we are using our limited Greek to wish the other inhabitants well. We get replies from 98% of those that we speak to, and it is as if we can become part of this community. Of course I know how very hard it is to become accepted in a small European community as this, and that ...