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Happy hour at 6 PM. Red, white wine and honey wine.
Giant yachts & large wood sail boat in harbor/pier.
Dinner - Chicken soulvaki, oreos. Met lady who lived in Hydra her whole life - never owned a car or driver's license.
... coast and then veered inland. We walked by tiny churches, farms and olive groves and found a scenic spot for lunch. A walk we thought was going to last a couple hours turned into a five hour ramble through the rocks, hills and narrow lanes of the island. As I snapped endless photos a woman approached and told us about what promised to be a spectacular sunset. We made is just in time to witness the sun disappearing on the horizon.
Our second hike took ...
... you end up against that wall then you are stuck as the boats continue to come in and drop anchor in front so that boats end up three or four deep. They were already three deep when we saw a flotilla of 12 charter yachts arrive! And they all squeezed in. What a tangle it must have been next day.
We caught a hydrofoil back to Poros late afternoon pleased to have been a tourist and not a boatie there.
... 8220;Kalo Kalokaipi” means good summer in Greek. They had been rehearsing for several days and setting up some type of stage for the production. As we walked to dinner yesterday evening we saw the balloons and costumes. I am sure all the parents present are quite proud of their little angels ;)
We walked down to the port a different way with the specific purpose of photographing the various brass and bronze door knockers on the colored doors. I think that would make ...
June 3 - Thursday
Breakfast was the usual time at the Hotel, and again on the sunny patio with the wonderful view of the city. Our group was instructed to have our main luggage (not the smaller items like Daypacks) outside the rooms at 08:30 for the brothers to transport to the Bus. During breakfast I spoke with five women from B.C. (Lake Country, Vancouver, Rossland), which was quite a coincidence.
We met Constantina ("Dina"), our local Guide ...