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... which was really nice. There was a girl form Matamata on one of the other boats, honestly no matter where we go there is someone from Matamata! That night our boat found a local restaurant for dinner and again it was delicious, Greek food is sooooooo good!!
Monday 7th July
Today we headed off early to get to Spetses as it was the largest island with lots to do. On the way Andy found a brand new bay to stop for a swim stop and it was gorgeous!!! ...
... We motored to the next bay called Selinia and were going to turnabout when we noticed a boat tied up on a small pier so headed on in to have a closer look. The fast local ferry to Pireaus (Athens) was leaving but we could tie up on the concrete wall. It was ok but the swell was building all the time in the wind. We put lots of fenders out and the fender board to protect the boat from the ...
... and talent for cooking and her creations are outstanding. Besides kebab and gyro costs 2.50 euros and it is huge believe me, try the courgette balls (kolokythokeftedes) for 3.50 and don’t miss asking for her special melintzanosalata. It is the aubergine salad so nicely presented with homemade mayonnaise and costs 3.50 as well. The beer here costs 2.50.
I highly recommend it.
... all be okay. This is not the case with Greece apparently so my captain was pretty hacked off with me. He was telling me that I was going to be deported, fined or locked in prison for a while...all of which don’t really sit well with me. So we are still going to go to Greece and use his letter and see whether they will let me stay on board the boat without stepping onto Greek soil. And I am super happy with that as long as I don’t get deported or something. I ...
... be worse so I'll stop whining. We managed to get everything we came with and the trinkets we bought in the suitcases. It doesn't look too bad but we don't travel lightly.
But then we are here for at least 18 days and require all the extra stuff like swim shoes and googles and beach towels (something they don't have in Greece) The small differences of lifestyle and appropriate accessories, is a remarkable difference when you travel in the country rather than to a ...