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Today we slept in and have been lazy as we are at sea today. We were originally scheduled to arrive at Mykonos tomorrow for the day, but there is a major storm south of us, so the ship's Captain decided to go on to Ephesus tomorrow, instead, hoping the bad weather will have a couple of days to clear out before we head south to the Greek Isles. The sea is pretty calm where we are, so hopefully ...
- It's rare to see a local drinking a beer on the beach or in a cafe, the freddo espresso is the only beverage of choice on a hot day, so well that means everyday here. - Bathrooms 95 percent of the time have no locks, ask me why? No ******* idea. - It's so common I almost forgot, you never see toilet seats in restrooms - Water is always free at a restaurant, cafe ect. or at least in my experiences up to this point. - Think small town, small price, think again. In Amaliada ...
... two unique characteristics: It is the safest port in the region and, further out to sea, the deepest part of the Mediterranean, at 5.267 meters.
Visitors shouldn't leave without visiting Niokastro, one of the best preserved fortresses in Greece, which is surrounded by a beautiful pine forest.
The Archaeological Museum and the Museum of Submarine Archaeology includes the personal belongings of the crew that ...
... bought a takeaway coffee and on to the platform. Trains to Ano Liosa go every half hour, to Korinthos, every hour. I took the first train to arrive - Ano Liosa, where I knew I would then wait for the Korinthos train. This may have not made sense to some, but it was worth getting out of Athens during siesta time and a break in the hour and a half journey, after the flight was a good idea.
All went well - warm and sunny after a cold wet ...
... br> We've waited until June so that the land is firm as we need to use a JCB. I won't be here to see the work done, but hope to see the results in December.
With business over I take a stroll along the pier to see a fantastic yacht "Sea Cloud" moored there.
With furled sails and exposed rigging against the perfect blue sky, she looks truly splendid and I would love to go aboard, but can't of course!