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... hours eating and talking - the typical Greek fashion. It was a lovely celebration for such a special day!
Now we are back at the Argeroplos' home and are getting ready to leave Domvrena tomorrow. Village life is so interesting and fun - I can't believe we're already moving on to our next destination! We will return to Athens for only 1 night before going to Crete.
... shower in the bathroom as well as air conditioning. Breakfast is €4 each so we have booked that for convenience and our early starts and big days ahead.
Check in went smoothly and once unsaddled of bags we headed out to have lunch at a Taverna recommended by our host towards the waterfront. Even though it was relatively late at 2pm there were still a lot of people eating and we chose a quick souvlaki in a pita as we didn't want to be too weighed down ...
... On our way we found ruins of all sorts. Rock walls that covered the mountain, set up thousands of years ago for the division of land. They gave a path that dodged the thickets. Which were everywhere. Looking up the mountain you thought that at a certain point the land was covered in grass only. However, it was really just 3 foot tall thorn bushes. Every single stem and leaf is covered by sharp needles. At first they stopped us from making any ...
... was behind and caught me. I definitely learned my lesson to not go hiking in flip flops. I felt like a pain all day. However, it all worked out for the best - we were suddenly surrounded with what seemed like a million schoolkids. As were were going to a different area to avoid them, I found a folded 20 euro bill on the ground. Great luck!
Eventually we headed down the stairs, and back to land. We found a nice place to have a drink and free wifi, and then went back to the ...
... find the port police office. After asking a woman in the local bakery I found the office and the steep steps that led to the police office, ringing the bell several times brought no one, so I gave up for the day and limped back to the quay.
Kathie and I later decided to check out the stores and buy some provisions that we needed, fresh bread was available from the bakery and of a style of its own that we enjoyed. We took the long way back to the quay and passed an orange ...