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We are leaving port this morning and moving toward our final destination. We have some concerns because the window to cross the sea is on Wednesday and then the winds return to gale force status. We have avoided this as long as we can. Yesterday we had long walks in the village, time in the olive groves, small county churches, and an ...
... jump from the rocks into the water. The water is blue and clear. The town is full of quaint buildings and narrow lanes made of smooth cobble stone. I walk through the streets admiring the houses and beautiful walls. We only have about 50 mins here but that is plenty of time to check out the shops selling clothes and souvenirs. Along the wharf are lots of al fresco bars and cafes. As it is summer, there are a lot of people about, enjoying the sun. I ...
... I realized I just lied to you. People also had mopeds, but there really were no cars and it was very nice to not be inhaling so many fumes as we often do here in Athens.
Our first day on the island, we climbed to the top of a small mountain/hill, met a donkey which we promptly named Pancho, and found some rocks next to the Mediterranean sea for swimming. I bought a snorkel on ...
... sounds from the stage. It was an amazing theater and almost perfectly preserved.
Unfortunately most of the other buildings in Epidaurus were just foundation ruins. There were many explanatory diagrams though explaining in great detail what existed and what function it served in the ancient city. The diagrams were in English and our guide told us that additional excavation and restoration work at the site was ongoing. It was all quite fascinating and just hard to process how ...
... at 09:00 or so, and it seems some others also decided to sleep in a well, as there were still a few left in the breakfast room. By that time, some of the food items were getting a bit “sparse” and there was almost no coffee left.
After breakfast, I decided to explore at least part of the small town and of course take pictures. My first stop was a small bar in the harbour right at the edge of the water where I decided to enjoy another cup ...