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 ...
... I wrote the following whilst on the boat: 'We are currently on a boat doing a day trip to Hydra, one of the Greek Islands. The onboard entertainment is some random hellenic cooking show with special guests. One of the special guests is a man with Timmy Mallet glasses, side burns and two eyebrows. That's literally all of his hair! Bald as a coot, no beardiness, just sideburns and two slugs weighting his giant pixelated spectacles to his head! Someone then switched over ...
... in Athens. Air-conditioned and comfortable carriages made the journey even more enjoyable and pleasant giving the opportunity to study the last leg of my trip – Athens and Cape Seunion.
I arrived in Athens train station at around 11pm. I had already booked a motel which was situated in the centre of the city. It was a bargain considering the location and standard. IT was not a typical hotel, rather a youth hostel with own room, large kitchen ...
... for him. I continued on looking for the restaurant because I had a voucher to pay for my first Greek Dinner. I traveled up a cobbled street and all you see were craft shops and restaurants and you could see the the amazing Acropolis Temple standing on the cliff of a mountain. Finally I found the restaurant which was at the top of the hill on a narrow street where I had to make a left hand turn into another narrow street lined again with shops and restaurants. ...