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... upper rows. There is a marble circle in the middle of the orchestra part (centre circular area you look down on) and it is hollow underground this, thereby projecting the voices upwards.It was still very warm at 4pm when we arrived there and the thought of more stairs was a bit daunting but you just dig deep and do what you need to do. The walk from the entry up the hill to the theatre was gentle as far as these hills go ...
... of Aeginas mother. We drove up and up and up a very narrow road to a monks monastery. On one high hill we found numerous small churches dotted all over. It was amazing, almost like one church per monk! Aegina monastery of St. Nektarios is a beautiful church apparently based on the Ayasofia church, now mosque museum, in Istanbul. The guide explained the icons in a Greek Orthodox Church. There are four main icons at the altar. The first one shows who ...
... the biggest Island Aegina which you can actually see from Athens. The heat was getting to more than a few of us despite buying 6 litres of water and the tour boat was advertised with two air conditioned decks but wasn’t so there was no relief. We arrived in Aegina at 4:00 for a two hour stop and a few bought the optional bus ride around the Island. We didn’t go far, stayed in the shade, bought more water, went back on the ...
It’s Friday morning; our last full day here on Donkey Island (as you may recall that’s what my mother calls it) better known as Ydra). I set the alarm for 0730; there is a mansion I want to tour and it is only open until 2:00 pm. We need to get started early enough so we can make it down the hill in time.
John is still resting. I know he is somewhat awake but he can keep his eyes closed ...
... with them (which was inevitable given the fact I’d had a few glasses of red wine). It turned out that the woman was the Ambassador to Sweden for one of the Commonwealth countries. We enjoyed an excellent hot meal, and of course many “beverages”.
After dinner I wandered down to the harbour for a quick look. For a Friday night, it seemed very quiet in the harbour and the Disco was closed (it had been open the previous night, but ...