Eretria Village Club
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NOTE: Sunrise here was of course much more beautiful than what the photos show. I could have taken much better ones. I did not though!
Do you want to know why?
Only because nothing could stop me from jumping in the water....even if I had along my camera all 3 mornings.
No second to spare for photos! Watching all this from the water is really what makes the difference!
... freshly baked cookies have been replaced with two types of cake. A simple recipe of orange flavored cake and a chocolate one. I found the chocolate cake quite dry for my tastes, while the other one touched perfection.
Condensed milk is not that pleasing or matching well with cereals and I was quite disappointed that the cuisine continues to use this kind of milk even today.
GREEK TAVERNA: The Blue Lounge Greek Taverna is a very inviting spot at ...
... the guards. After that we went to a Lycabettus Hill a lookout where you can see all of Athens, from the islands to the sea. Nice photo op. Last stop was the National Archaeological Museum, this museum contains priceless exhibits that chronicle the birth of civilisation. This quote is for VIctoria - 'What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but is woven into the lives of others' ~ Pericles Our lives were woven interestingly tonight, we ...
... I will answer the question everyone is dying to know, YES they call Greek yogurt "Greek yogurt" here (same with "Greek Salad"). A typical Greek breakfast is Greek yogurt and honey with fruit. Needless to say no grocery store Greek yogurt comes close to the real thing ❤️ I think this blog may be turning into a food journal based on the majority of food photos I keep adding. We started our day in Athens early, around 8am because that's when all ...
... he gave us some books of Greece. We had a fabulous time with him and his friend Nikos wandering the streets, one place we went was up to the Anafiotika which is a tiny neighbourhood that was built by workers that came from the island of Anafi, it's a gorgeous area, all whitewashed with lots of bouganvillea, reminiscent of the Cyclades islands.. think Santorini, Mykonos.... and finished off with coffee and a very interesting conversation, when the bill came I picked it up ...