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... Saffron Milk Cap and another which was a type of parasol mushroom and was huge.
The kids and Wifey thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon, we have to say the Greek's have been so hospitable towards us during our stay. Dinner was a mushroom risotto lovingly prepared by Wifey and I have to say it was really tasty indeed. I finished the kids left overs off too.
... back in, bless him.
When we got back to Dawn's she was telling us about the cat next door who came to say hello, apparently they thought it was a girl so they called it Mabel. When it grew up and established just one testicle they were still unsure so changed Mabel's name to Maybe (this had us in stitches).
We have had a run of sun so have been ...
... for the dog.
We went for a meal to Votsi in the evening and met a lovely lady and her son who cooked a very nice meal, they couldn't have done anymore for us and were genuinely interested in chatting. They sent us away with a doggy bag of some home made bread and a sweet quince desert she made.
We decided to hire a car today and venture up the Island to see what it is all about, we went as far as the top ...
... car along to Glysteri beach on the north of the Island only about 10 mins from Skopelos Town. The bay itself is beautiful, the plastic that has been washed in on the tide though left us feeling embarrassed to be human. As you all know we are very active with our healthy life and healthy planet so this was not a nice sight to see. We spent some time collecting a few bags of the main plastic before settling down for some sun and sea time. We ...
... before the ferry came then it became a hive of activity once the ferry was seen coming into the harbour. Suddenly there were lots of vehicles and foot passengers all gesticulating and jockeying for position. Actually what looked like chaos was in fact very orchestrated by the harbour master and ferrymen. The journey to Skopelos is only 30 minutes so we arrived in no time. There was enough time though for me to assist Hollie in zooming ...