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... mullet ( delicious and recommended by waiter) then 2 whole grilled Dorado, white bream, served with that fabulous olive oil and lemon sauce again. We ate every bite and enjoyed. We justified the splurge cause we have to eat hotel food for next two nights. Back to hotel for "digestive" then off the bed after texting with Grant about his tennis tournament today. Found out later in the trip that the bad smell at hotel was the olive production plant near by. Not a good ...
... in, sitting in a car in a major airport with a two hour drive in front of us, ...... We did have pages and pages of notes and google maps printed
out as well as old fashioned fold out maps etc but we really wanted all bases covered so after a short discussion it was decided that I would run back into the airport and hire a GPS..... We still call her Jane as our chosen narrator is a very pleasant English lass who sounds remarkably like the first Jane but yes actually it's ...
What a beautiful, exciting day, we were anchored in a bay and after breakfast it was swimming off the back of the boat. The sea was a majestic azure blue and the water was crystal clear. We dived straight in the water, it was brisk but after a while it was a pleasure to float around the buoyant water. The water was very salty. The boat had lifebuoys tied to the boat floating out and a canoe could to be used. Swimming in ...
... me. Her mother scolded her loudly in Greek in an effort to force her to say some things, so the teen ended up asking me if I know who Justin Bieber is. Before leaving, Vatistas and I played with his cousins, and he introduced me his grandparents’ sheep, goats, turkey, and chickens.
I left the farm with a bag of fresh oranges and mandarins, hugs and kisses from everyone in Vatistas’ family, and a very full belly. They dropped me off at the bus stop that evening so that I could go to ...
... Te sun hasn't yet appeared over the surrounding hills
so it seems like its about 6am instead of 8am. The place is deserted
with only a few people wandering around (apparently the phrase 9-5
doesn't apply in Greece). After a quick coffee in one of the coffee houses in the main square of the town, we decide to head over to Epidavros to see the ancient amphitheatre and the Sanctuary of Asklipios ...