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"I loved going and seeing all the islands. They were amazing and the water and cliffs were breathtaking" - Nicole Burgener
"Today was what I expected out of Greece. The islands were really awesome, and I loved photographing the whole day" - Blake Dover
"Europeans are super attractive! And I felt like I was in sisterhood of the traveling pants." - Brenda Shen
"Today was the best day. It was so ...
Some kilometers away he said there is the small village of Agios Dimitrios and he urged us to visit it as well.
So off we go. We pass Paradissi and thought why not move on to Agios Demitris village. There were a lot of quarries throughout this area because the slab of marble (cipolin) –Petra tis Karistou, as it is called in Greek is very popular ...
... me making frequent stops. At first I walk fast while I carry along my camera.
I don't want to miss another sunset and I am anxious to see the magic colors in the sky later on.
When this starts happening I am thrilled! I love to capture scenes/moments that really show the power of nature. I move much slower and continue taking pictures on all the ...
... have my camera ready for a shot. The result of the photo I have taken though is not that promising.
Yianni suddenly wants to have some gyro but for me it could only be some pikilia and ouzo or NOTHING! Of course he cannot find gyro at an Ouzeri, and it is either visiting two restaurants, or join him for a kebab which is really what I do in the end. So it is beer instead of ouzo that we have this evening!
All over Marmari we had seen signs promoting a specific restaurant, " Mouries" was the name and we though to have our lunch there. Upon reaching the village however, we noticed that there was a coach from Athens taking all people to the nearby restaurant and there was nobody at the one we originally planned to go.
To be honest, there was much work going on in the yard of “Mouries” and if we wanted to have lunch we ...