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... is plentiful and cheap and you will never be bored. We hopped on a boat around to Vlichos Beach, €3 and ten minutes. A pristine spot with crystal clear water and no crowds. After a swim we strolled up to the Taverna, selected our fish for lunch and ate it cliff top overlooking the craggy Hydra coast. A languid trip back and here we sit in the port sipping white and wondering why the **** we don't live here. Of course we can't but jeez why wouldn't ...
... br> We spent the night in Delphi and visited the museum as well as the ruins set among the hills and valleys of the area. I imagined the line of toga clad seekers of truth waiting patiently to ask the Oracle an important life changing question. I wondered what question I would ask if I were able to consult the oracle. "What's a good place for dinner?" has been our main question when we arrive somewhere new, but that didn't seem an oracle worthy query. I ...
Saturday was our first study abroad excursion outside of Athens. We took a day trip to Hydra, a beautiful island in the Aegean.
At 7:30 AM we were already on a charter bus to the port, Piraeus, which is about a 30 minute drive. At the port, we waited for our ferry, a high speed catamaran called the FlyingCat2. It was an hour and a half ferry ride to the island in fairly comfortable, airplane-type seats. Thankfully, nobody got seasick!
... Greek theatre that is one of the best preserved in all of Greece. The acoustics are such that a piece of paper rustled on stage can be clearly heard from any one of the 14,000 seats.
Anchored next to us was an american boat called Cormorant, imagine our surprise when he dinghied over, said Kia Ora and told us he had a house in Lyttelton and his very good friends Bob and Robin are currently using Cuttyhunks mooring in Akaroa!!!
... with Patricia and Leo! They genuinely seemed interested in hearing about our lives and we certainly enjoyed listening to them. We learned that their home was built several hundred years ago and back in the day, it had a small grocery store next to the taverna. It was a frequent place for the sponge divers to gather. The taverna has been operating for about 125 years. Patricia’s aunt had been running the place and turned it over to Patricia and Leo almost 20 years ago. ...