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... a huge lobster on the scale. I felt like I was in a Seinfeld episode. Now fully engulfed in sweat and getting flustered by the second, I panicked and did the math wrong thinking it was 0.8oz of fish. I said, yes, I'll take a whole red snapper. "With head?" He shouted back, sure I said. I returned to our table, proud of having just partaken in this exciting cultural custom. However, a different realization slowly washed over me as Sammy helped me do the ...
... which would have been awesome! Can't win 'em all.
Yesterday we also went down the road from our village, Finika, and walked down to the beach on that side of the island, the Aegean side. The beach was pebbly and the sea had a stony base, so it was hard to stand up in, but we both had swims, even Rob, who doesn't like salt water, lol. There were beach umbrellas and loungers for hire, and a few topless sunbathers. Another good workout up ...
After dinner we tried to find some nightlife, but wound up with gelato and heading to bed around midnight. Our room was hot and stuffy packed with us three girls, and very unpleasant. At least we had a beautiful view from our ground-level balcony (practically a front porch!), We breathed in dry air and were not happy campers, but exhausted, we fell right to ...
... poles have to be under the ground.In other parts of the island the structure and resources are stretched as more and more people come into the island. Electricity is brought in with diesal and is very expensive. there are opportunities here for modern technology of solar, wind and thermal electricity however, little seems to be done in this direction.
The architecture ...
... Pantelis in Mykonos, and this island is no real exception. There are a great number of churches on the islands and they are all owned and operated by the families of the islands. Each church having a Saint to whom the church is dedicated. This you can tell by going into the church and seeing on the back wall. Greek Orthodox Churches are also full of icons, not sculptures and the like and as these are predominately made of the local wood, olive wood, they ...