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... so small and expensive we are unable to pull up in the marina. Instead we dock around the side in a small cove and have to either swim to shore, take our little blow up dingy or pay for the water taxi.
Hydra usess donkeys are their only mode of transport on the island. Very few areas of the island are developed and most is natural landscape. Tonight we take the water taxi and head ...
... choices are all Greek dishes with fish, chicken, pork and vegetables done many ways. A sticky cake for desert. Yummy!
We cruise to Poros island traveling past many islands on the way. Some have houses dotted here and there and some appear to be farmed. Most have very sparse vegetation. I can't see many trees though they are covered in a haze of various shades of green. They are all very hilly and every now and then I sight evidence of ancient ...
Rather than uploading all of my pictures on here, below is the link to my photo album from these three trips. (This link will work even if you do not have facebook, so don't worry!)
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I hope you have enjoyed my latest installment on my life in Athens. See you next time!
... Went for a drive around the island and looked at an old Monastery which was really interesting. Had to cover up arms and legs to go in. Then found a great little beach with a little bar. On the way home we past a horse ranch and Kate hopes to go riding Wednesday which I'm sure you would enjoy ...
... to the house at least 2 times a day which also means we walk up the same street at least 2 times per day. The first trip up and down is usually in the day time and it is HOT. Supposed to be near 100 degrees F. today. On the way up, there are 2 telephone poles laying alongside the road. They smell like they have been soaked in creosote. The smell reminds me of my grandparents house in Lansing, Illinois. The lived close enough to a set of railroad tracks and the smell ...