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A bit overcast and rainy as we begin our last day in the Greek Isles at Katakalon, Greece. We're on our way to Olympia, the site of the Ancient Olympics. What they have been able to reconstruct is incredible. But what the ancients were able to accomplish is even more amazing. We are a party of ten on this tour and our tour guide is Georgina. Her namesake, of course, is St. George. People of Greece celebrate their "NameDay" as much as their birthday. In fact, when ...
... we are a good looking group ( I may be a little bias!) best dinner yet.
fancy dinner. Champagne. Beef duck. Delicious
Kamela made friends last evening. And swam and played most of the day
excellent duck enjoyed by Grandad
everyone looked so nice all dressed up
Gramma Jo loved finding Kamela in the pool splashing with her friends and dancing a little Zumba
... 2 hours so we went for a swim on the beach - again, rocks everywhere! SA beaches outweigh europe beaches by far!!! The water was great though, it was very clear and warm. There were little fish that bit you though so you kinda had to keep moving.
The resort itself was ok, it was made out to be alot more fantastic than what it really was. it was one hell of a hill to climb for the rooms, lucky I wasnt all the ...
... could help me. What followed could be a movie. Nantos was touched that we had travelled all the way to Greece just to buy a ring. He had been to mass that morning, it being Orthodox Easter and he had seen the face of the Blessed Virgin in a bouquet of roses. He took that as a sure sign that a miracle would happen that very same day and now here was his miracle!
He took out a tray of rings then asked Debby a few questions about size, colour ...
... it sure beat being at work.
Mykonos town was so idyllic and cute and despite the hundreds of photos I took not a single one of them does justice to the quaintness of the main town, with its small shps, friendly locals and blue and white paint jobs.
The next day we took a ferry out to the island of Delos. A sacred island in Greek history with of the most preserved ruins in the country. I was thankful for the guide as had I gone on my own, the island ...