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The Beautiful Sunset from Loutraki
There were times when I thought the wind would take away the camera from my hands.
Personally I prefer small picturesque coves, but it was pleasant indeed walking up and down the promenade that afternoon with the water splashing on the face and body. I still remember how refreshing it was!
I found it silly for a few to play with the tide and the ...
... even so it was still bumpy. It was as safe a haven from the weather front that blows close to 40knots off Athens and the buildings of which we could see from our position. The fast ferry went to and fro all day from 7.30am to 7.30pm at 40 minute intervals creating a wash that hit us everytime. We caught the ferry next day and had a brief visit to Pireaus hunting out a new generator this time.
What is there to see in the City of Aegina!
The city of Aegina is situated on the west side of the island by the main port, and it used to be the capital of Greece from 1827 to 1829…I am sure many of you hear it for the first time.
It has a reputation of the pistachio nuts (Fystiki Aeginis) which has been cultivated on the island since 1860. Pistachio trees are in plain view all over the island and this is the reason ...
... 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.
... down at a little restaurant and I was taught a few Greek words and mannerisms for future reference and then we got eating. The style of eating that we took up is called Mezo. It is similar to Tappas but so much better. The two new foods I tried were octopus and white bait (tiny little fishies that are deep fried). Both were reasonable but not things I would select out of my own accord. By the end of it I was properly stuffed but...”There is always space for ...