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Good morning from Patmos. The sun is out, not too hot, and a steady breeze. Our destination today is the island of Leros, Pendalis Harbor. We stopped for lunch at the Northern tip of Leros. Dennus and Denise, armed the skinny red and yellow floatees, were going to swim ashore, so Dennus could take pictures. Me? I spent this time floating around on Buckner island, and taking a very brief dip in the "not as cold as yesterday" water. Once on Buckner island, I dried ...
... 30. Denise added some pumpkin seeds as poo poos.... nicely salted... all of us remarked what a great find this was. Since Marina was sleeping, Jacques was totally responsible for our dinner. Yummy pork chops, large sauteed mushrooms and zucchini, washing it down with yet another bottle of "turkey" cabernet. Dessert was o so special.....Jacques had made his chocolate pudding. Scrumptious!! In our shopping today we bought more liquors: Denise/Dennus ...
... Marina, Denise and I were squished into the back seat, falling all over each other with each hairpin turn the driver made. Once at the top, we all played "follow the leader" Jacques, till we got the the end of the road we were on. The only thing we found of any kind of possibility -- was the first restaurant, on the water side, that looked like it did have a good menu and a sensational panoramic view of the harbor. So off we went, down hill, to find "JIMMY'S". We ...
... my book... I declined. I felt the urge to rescue my heroine from the lurking danger around her, Neil had our cocktail hour set up for us, with everything the five of us like to drink., trying to be so careful as to not interrupt our Roll Out dice game in progress. Instead of going into the small village for dinner, Jacques and Marina made of a lovely chicken with mushroom, accompanied by steamed zucchini. The piece de resistance was her vanilla cake, frosted with ...
... a short uphill walk to the Monastery from the bus stop. Once here, it's €4 entrance (for tourists, local Greeks are free), and you should be appropriately dressed with shorts past your knees and covered shoulders to enter. If not, they hand out sarongs. The chapel will take your breath away with the amount of small decorative carvings in the wood work filling the entire chapel. No photos are permitted inside so take the time to sit and admire the ...