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We went back to George's house for a bit where we had some watermelon and sweet sugared grapes. We also watched a little National Geographic on the tv before leaving. We said goodbye to George and headed back into town to walk around for a bit. Apparently the town is to Greece what Door County is to Wisconsin. Little boutique shops and restaurants along the port. There was also an old castle or fort up on the hill. It was cute, ...
... you keep your thoughts raised high,
“as long as a rare excitement
“stirs your spirit and your body.”
The only way I could hitchhike to Ithaka was if I walked through Korinthos and then hitchhiked short rides on a small highway.
-----But, it was a long walk to town. An ugly walk, on a suburban “ring road” full of corporate shopping centers and smelly cars. I did this walk the following day so I could meet ...
... up on the gorgeous waterfront in front of all the restaurants and bars. It is actually not an island but part of the mainland and has a big nature park nearby where a few of the others (crazy’s) went running in the morning. We went for a wander around the town and all of the side streets and then found a nice waterfront cafe for some drinks and snack. Later on that evening medsailors put on a wee punch party, a chance for all the boats to get to know ...
... to see a spot on the southern quay as we slowly motored up the Poros channel and tied up effortlessly, a good spot except for the usual noise at night from the Tavernas close by and the church that rang their bells at random times.
We had been of course to Poros before on our way to Loutra, so knew the harbor and town very well. We needed to have the wind generator fitted and so had rang Jonathon to ask who could he recommend, also we needed ...
... We are really looking forward to going through it.
Todays trip was really uneventful, but the highlight was going under the Rion bridge. This bridge is now the largest suspension bridge in the world. We went over the bridge on our way to Preveza, and now we have gone under it.
The Gulf of Corinth is lined with villages on both sides for much of the way. I was also surprised by the amount of wind turbines lining the top of the mountains. Greece ...