Miraluna Kiotari Seaside
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... With all the hills and high temperatures in Greece, we hoped that these long walks were at least coming close to neutralizing all of the great food we'd been enjoying on a daily basis.
When we got back to our car, however, it would not run. It started, but did not engage and it was impossible to get over 10 km/hour, even on flat ground. Plus, the check engine light had come on. Thinking it might pass we got the car going fairly well on a downhill but it was ...
... ride to the rental office was a delight, though, as we got the chance to discuss present-day Greek politics with a very friendly young man driving a cool Mercedes. One thing that is very interesting about travel in Greece is that everyone, even the old people, speak some English and most speak a lot of English, making it a very easy place to get around. The young man driving the taxi offered sentiments that were consistent with virtually every other analysis ...
... We ordered a Greek salad, taziki, a bread thing we couldn't pronounce nor knew what it was, octopus, feta prawns, and snails. All of it was soooooo good!! The feta is like nothing we have were tasted. It was more delicious than anything we've had in any other country.
During dinner we decided we know how to cook with enough lentils and beans that we don't actually require seafood for nutrients anymore. We made the decision to no longer eat seafood unless we catch it ourselves. ...
... that is falling down. There were mosques that looked Islamic, and catholic symbolism on everything. Knights Templar insignias carved into he stone work, little alleyways weaving through the city, markets, children being forced to busk (very sad sight to see), and then there were the tourists. The main streets were a joke....same as Thailand. I heart Rhodes shirts and all the rest. We dove back into the alleyway maze where there was no one but cats. After walking for ...
... the church, some to attend again, some to carry on to visit/party with family and friends far into the night. This would be the end of the fast, particularly meat, so everyone is focused on food. People carrying huge baskets gave everyone a bag containing a small braided bread with a blood red coloured hard boiled egg nestled in one end. We had already received cookies and eggs from the hotel earlier in the day so that we would have something for after ...