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... thought that was all but a hot vegetable omelet and cheese pie appeared. The meal was finished with a small glass of Jello with peaches on top! Caren thought that she was back at her grandmother's house!
We walked around Hydra Port checking out the shops. We hiked over a wildflower-lined trail by the sea to the other small villages on the island -- Mandraki (pop. 11), Kamini, Vlychos (pop. 19). We shared the trail with "beasts ...
... breeze blows, the sun shines and the boat rocks.
Aegina is a large island and doesn't have the same feel as the other two islands. There arent the tourist shops and cafes along the port like Hydra and Poros. We are offered a choice of two bus trips on the island. One is to see more ruins and the other a panoramic trip. Well this is a no brainier for me, I chose panorama.
We see a community built along narrow streets on hilly ground ...
... the lobby today. Our bus took us to the cruise boat and we departed at 8:30, arriving at our first stop Hydra at 11:15. Hydra turned out to be the favourite stop for most of us for different reasons: Bite size, manageable, quite pretty, Donkeys, working fishing harbour, best views etc. We bought and shared a very nice Spanakopita from one of the local bakeries before exploring. Some people did the Donkey ride but most didn’t. A ...
Frances’ House (the son in law is Darren, married to Clare). We took several pictures to give you an ideas of the house we stayed. The house is very comfortable and it was wonderful having a full kitchen, and a washing machine. There was an outside shower which was actually more convenient than the indoor shower and tub. To get hot water, we had to throw a switch in the electrical panel ...
... from an upper lookout patio, as it provided a good vantage point. Hydrofoils were arriving and departing every so often, so I waited for one to leave so I could get a video. I spent the latter part of the afternoon catching up on E-mail. The Hotel provided free Wi-Fi, although at times it was difficult to get a connection to the net.
At 18:45 the group gathered for a “social” in the Lounge and Patio. Red & white wines, Ouzo, ...