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... as a mode of transportation on land and boats of all shapes and sizes to get you there. We arrived after dark, but we had great directions on how to get to the Mistral Hotel through the winding streets. Did I mention you had to watch where you stepped because donkeys had been through at all times during the day?
We dropped off our bags and headed out to explore, eat dinner and relax from our day of travel.
... 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.
... supplies for her hardware store. Jason is a nice enough kid. He said they have one more week of school left. He wants to be a boat captain when he grows up and be in charge of a cruise ship sailing around the world. So we started walking again. Did I tell you that the house is high on a hill? Maybe you can see that from the pictures we attached. After the stone road ran out, we had to climb stairs. There were stairs, and more stairs and just when you thought you ...
... He'd become part of the group, so it was sad to see him drive off into the distance.
Our group dispersed to several different restaurants in the harbour area. I and a few of the others decided to stop at a Fish Restaurant, which had a covered patio dining area right next to the water. The restaurant has apparently been in business for over 40 years, and is owned by four brothers. The Waiter took the order fairly promptly, but the food took a ...
... can find yourself a ways from where you thought you were going to end up. We followed one street, then noticed that a donkey and rider seemed to be heading out of town. We followed them along the streets and then out onto the hills above town. They kept going, and so did we. What was more like a pack animal trail than one for humans, we gained elevation and were soon high above the town looking over into another bay of the island. We ran into several sets of German tourists but no ...