Kinetta Beach Hotel
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It has been a wonderful week of great sightseeing, wandering, learning and just taking it all in. Now it is time for a restful day of relaxing. Yeah, right.
Depending on how big you count, there are between 1200 and 6000 islands around Greece. So we threw a dart and picked Aegina. (Not actually a dart, really just because it was only a 60 minute ferry ride). So we hopped on our ferry, easily the largest boat we have ...
... mountain view to look
at. After we looked around Mycenae a bit we headed back to Nafplion where we
had the rest of the day free. I changed out of my bus/site visit clothes and
headed to the Mediterranean with friends. A large portion of our class was
there, jumping off of rocks and floating in the Mediterranean. We did have to
be careful of the sea urchins and jellyfish (one girl even got a ...
Word of the Day
Sagapo (sah-gah-poe)- I love you
We woke up very, very early this morning for our best day yet: a one-day three-island cruise!
After an hour bus ride, we arrived at the port of Olympic cruise line. We boarded to the sound of pumping Greek music (a bit of startling at 8 am) and the smell of breakfast.
Unfortunately, breakfast was not included for us students on this ride, so we starved it ...
From Lavrion we crossed the Saronic Gulf and entered the channel between the island of Poros and the Peloponese peninsula. This small channel is both narrow and shallow but is still used by many ferries and a hydrofoil that serve the island. Although the channel looks to be landlocked and provide excellent shelter the winds tend to be guided by the hillsides to blow ...
The swallows darted back and forth high above the peninsular on the right side of the small harbor, almost like they were playing a game of chicken with each other. Below on the right was a small restaurant that was accessible by a path that was cut into the side of the sheer rock sides. The front quay was short with a mixture of fishing boats and pleasure craft, on the right a stone pier where the flying dolphin ferry berthed. A small stone breakwater protected the bay from ...