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Unique surroundings for another perfect sunset.
This time, up at the Nafsika lounge bar enjoying a strawberry mojito, listening to some music while watching the breathtaking view at sunset.
... the treacherous waters of the Peloponnesian Cape to sail around the peninsula and rendesvous with its cargo on the other side of the isthmus. As the infamous Greek proberb goes that the ancient writer Strabo quoted, and my Pauline scholar Jerome Murphy O'Conner believes the Corinthians greatly benefited commercially from, "When you round Cape Maleae, say goodbye to home!" (Strabo, Geography, 8.6.21) Finally, despite persistent concerns a canal would unfavorably ...
... courts, the Tennis, the Tavern or the Kafenion and some more.
I will probably do that on a coming trip!
I have only photos in random here, so come along follow me to show you around if you wish.
... br> Today, Craig worked on Brenda and Cavin. it appears that they both stepped on sea urchins. Armed with a needle and tweezers Craig went to work. We'll keep you posted, but they are both fine.
Jacob Fishman has had some motion sickness these past two days. He looks better now and was able to keep his lunch and dinner down. We will give him a bio-band and some anti-nausea gum.
Luke's arm is looking ...
... I prefer Greek Music when I am in Greece.
Loutraki takes care of it's town centre and the Christmas decorations were tasteful, as is the layout of the resort area. It contrasts well with Corinth, which is much larger and more industrial, being a large port.
The bus journey cost €1.70 each way and crossed the Corinth Canal. It gives a good view of the Corinthian Gulf.