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How do you describe a
different country? It's completely new. Not a new state. Not a new place to
eat. It is completely new and incomparable, but I will do my best!
Now I know that this is a very short entry. Unfortunately just after my arrival I became quite sick. I didn't have the energy to do anything after the long days of hiking to
post in my blog and it’s a great regret that I have. ...
... Dawn spent 4 hours bailing out the water whilst Toni and the kids continually moped up the water in the kitchen. Just how I like to spend my Sunday afternoons.
On the flip side we were surfing and sunbathing on the beach just last week, see photo's attached as evidence. The kids had a great birthday and we are setting ourselves up for Xmas now. The lights are up in Patitiri Harbour and this has ...
... we drove down to the seafront a family are helping the local priest put up Christmas lights outside the small church. It's still only early 2.30pm, but we have had a few long days recently. We parked on the pebble beach and whilst Les had a nap I sorted through some photos on the computer. Logan was outside enjoying watching small fishing boats chugging in and out of the tiny harbour. In contrast to yesterday it's very still here and the sea just Laps onto the beach, it's very ...
... up. The traditional houses are made of stone and have stone roofs and wooden balconies. Some still have flowers growing on them, it's strange to see roses and geraniums in the middle of December. Back down in the village there is a large campsite and the harbour is where the harbour scene in Mama Mia was filmed,with the waves crashing into it today it doesn't look so idyllic. We walked across the sea front back to Dream Catcher, but there wasn't a route over ...
... Saffron Milk Cap and another which was a type of parasol mushroom and was huge.
The kids and Wifey thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon, we have to say the Greek's have been so hospitable towards us during our stay. Dinner was a mushroom risotto lovingly prepared by Wifey and I have to say it was really tasty indeed. I finished the kids left overs off too.