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... cars the whole time we were driving until we got back near the city.
The beach towns are totally deserted. All the hotels and cafés are shut up and no-one is around.
There are so many big apartments that have been started and just left unfinished due to the economic crisis. The beaches are lovely, but it wasn't a swimming afternoon. We had a game of Bolle with these completely round balls we found on the beach made out of some natural ...
... apples, read as 'heavily pock-marked' into a bag for us, then dried figs, and pomegranates, despite us saying, no thanks, no more. Then he had the cheek to charge us 7.8 euro, but as usual David had developed this wonderful rapport with him, so how could I call him a cheat and a thief! We paid the money and laughed and drove off with a bag of rotten fruit and 7.8 euro lighter. At least we didn't buy the alcohol in ...
... re staying around the corner at George's Beach.
Tonight we went for a walk and came across a Naming Party in the street behind ours. There was a Greek band and lots of dancing that took over the street. Every so often a car would come down the street and the dancers would flow up the side street to let the car through.
... gorgeous vistas, beaches, and more great Greek cuisine. We rented a car for one day but could easily have filled another day with a 4x4. I was surprised by the arid landscape beyond the fertile valley of the interior, yet this is an island with more green space than others in the Cyclades. I suppose I associate islands (Vancouver Island, Ireland) with verdure but such is not the case in Greece.
We attended a cultural evening of music and dance one night ...
... and Nami had previously caught two octopuses so I was glad the one Brian saw in the cement block was safe (for now). The octopuses were put to dry out in preparation for the grill. Nami is holding the two we would eat with a big predator behind her. =)
Franco and Graziana have been coming to Pounta for more than 10 years. They stay on the beach in their camper and that is how they met Nami and her Italian ...