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... mosquitoes bit the hell out of me, and contemplated calling the Hungarian free-diver with the phone I’d somehow acquired. “If I could just talk to her for one minute … if I could just talk to her for FIVE SECONDS, everything would be all right. ‘Hungarian free-diver, I just called to ask you one question. Last Monday, when we talked on the phone and you said … That sounded kind of sexy. Kind of suggestive. Do you think ...
... It is very warm today and humid, so the air is not clear. We are going first to the Corinth Canal.
In approximately the 1st century BC it was known that to get from the Aegean to the Ionion sea was a very short trip if one could just get the ships over a narrow neck of land at Corinth. Violkos built a Road called "Pull on 2" which referred to the fact that boats could be unloaded on one side and then put on wheels and pulled to the ...
... lovely and warm so we stripped off
and went in for a swim. Sigh...........
I didn't want to try to find our way back in the dark so after our swim we
walked along the beach until we found a nice seafood restaurant on the
beach and sat down for dinner. We could not believe the price of fish on
the menu which were between 50 to 70 euros! In the end we settled for a
couple of seafood risottos, a seafood paella and a mussels in tomato & feta
... being warmly greeted each day by a villager.
From the minute we set foot in Greece, we have been consumed by the Greek landscape - the blue sky above, the white sand below, the olive groves to mountains and of course the sun! Each year they enjoy more than 250 days of sunshine or 3,000 sunny hours. This country is no escape from the everyday, but is an excuse to see it, smell it, feel it, taste it and consider it from the perspective of the locals living it.
... further we went up into the extremely narrow waterway the more crowed it became, with a very small public quay that was packed. We decided that we might have trouble turning Orca around in the narrowing channel so using the bow thruster and full lock did a 180 turn to head back out and look for another bay.
Less than a half a mile away we found a bay and dropped anchor along with another two boats. It didn’t take us long to work out ...