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Today we went into town to buy some food and bumped into Panyota who does the gardening where we are staying, she is a lovely Greek lady who speaks good English. We some how got chatting about mushrooms and she offered to take us foraging sometime. Well there is no time like the present so we hired a car and off we went to forage.
She knew a few good ...
... see, in just 5 minutes I had a rather large polystyrene tray full of plastic bottles, bags, rope etc.
We then went to the beach with Dawn this afternoon again to take the kids and Cassie for a walk. We had a good time throwing the ball for the kids and Cassie. A local guy came with a canoe which gave us plenty of amusement as he kept falling out and ...
... is Garaki I think from memory. The bay at the top was very quiet as you would expect this time of the year but it was idyllic. There was some land on the slope by the beach and Wifey and I were fantasising about owning it so we could build a house.
On the way back down the Island we went to another Beach and then decided to go to another, well a trip abroad without an off road adventure wouldn't be the same. We managed ...
... seems to be the case on most beaches we have been to. We then headed north to the end of the road which stops at Glossa, you take a sharp right then hit the road from hell, after some white knuckles a rather sweaty wife and some nail biting you make it to the beautiful church on the rock where the wedding was. Take a look at some of the pictures attached.
We ventured into Glossa after lunch where we had a leisurely ramble along the ...
... 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 ...