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... dessert to eat later - a chocolate baklava and a semolina citrus syrup cake (little squares of each) and a little cup of profiteroles smothered in rich ganache style sauce and chocolate shavings. Fast forwarding on the story they were all excellent (I don't give that grade easily) especially the chocolate baklava which had almost soft creamy layers in it omg. I forgot to mention the other night we also got a cream filled pastry ...
... mine a particularly huge seafood dish - €13 with a whole school of sardines! I started munching everything whole like Tom my brother does, but was running out of room and wondered if in fact it was not lady like to eat a prawns head and tail - or a sardine from nose to tip, that I did start to fillet and de-shell them. Verns grill platter was very nicely seasoned and grilled with a nice juicy pop to the meat.
NAFPLION, MYCENEAE, CORINTH CANAL & EPIDAURUS, OCT 16, 2014
Today we are in the port of Nafplion. We are one of the first to tender ashore because we have a private car and guide here in an effort to see all we want to see.
We start off through the country side filled with olive groves, vineyards and fruit trees. After crossing one mountain range we are in a large plain. The olives this year are very small because they have had ...
... let poorer brothers and sisters go hungry while they feasted when gathered for Eucharist. There was disunity on many levels and other problems as well. We have two of Paul’s letters in response. Much of his message is summed up in these words; “Love is patient; love is kind; love is not envious or boastful or arrogant or rude...it bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.”(1 Cor ...
... the top of the "The Rock" where we sang the alma mater of RMC and slipped our way down the rock. our journey was over and it was sad but also a relief to know that we would be seeing our families soon! Going to bed is bittersweet, and we are dreading the long flight tomorrow, but I am sure we will all be dreaming about the wonderful memories we have made!!
Until tomorrow, (WHEN WE GO HOME)