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... mansion has been transformed into a stately guesthouse with public areas off the bedroom .. Our most luxurious splurge of the two weeks.
We ate lunch and dinner in the same restaurant in town because the food was so good. The owner made homemade Greek Tzatziki which is yogurt, garlic and a cucumber paste. You can put in on bread, dip meat into it or just eat it with a fork … it's that ...
... nights and made suggestions on where to spend an extra night and helped get our next stay moved up a night. The town was old and would have been interesting had anything been open. Tired of having to guess where we were going, we added a Verizon package of $25 to allow us to use Google Maps, solving our navigation problems.
We made it to our next destination with no problem!
... Frank and Larry managed to free us. We decided later that the other boat must have placed their anchor over ours the day before. The wind came up in the early hours and the other boat must have dragged our anchor.
It was too dark to find a good anchoring site so we made our way out of the harbor using flashlights to watch the sunrise and make coffee. When it became light enough, we put our sails up and had a beautiful sail to our ...
This morning we left the harbor and hiked 3 miles to an inland town tucked under these beautiful red cliffs. We bought bread at the bakery (still hot from the oven) and had gruyere cheese cut from a large wheel at the butcher. Strangely, this village had 5 shoe stores! Go figure! Of course we bought a pair. ;) We are now sailing to the island of Spetsai. ...
... and Tavernas and large areas of green bush. None of the usual blue and white buildings as this time they were different, with an influence from Italy. Red brick roofs on a more grand style of building, tall windows and some with the occasional Roman style pillars.
We slowed Orca down to around 3 knots as we entered a very narrow entrance with boats of all sorts anchored on both sides with a large proportion of fishing boats of varying ...