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... squid/octopus stuck on her leg!), but it was definitely safe enough to have
fun. After a dip in the sea we walked on a paved rock path along the coast and
sat on some rocks to watch the sunset behind some mountains. As the sun went
down we started to get colder, so we headed back to the hotel (getting gyros as
we went) to change into some warmer dry clothes. After we changed we headed out
... the small square and into a couple shops that were still open, we pretty much just got a feel for the town so we can enjoy it on our free time tomorrow. After a little bit of walking I was ready for bed, the trip has been great but exhausting thus far. Καληνύ 67;τα και φιλιά από το Ναύπλι ...
... lead up and outwards from the harbour area. Magenta bougainvillea provide the accent on blue doors and white building walls. With no cars, horses provide all transportation. At Lulus taverna we enjoyed yet another huge shared Greek mezze meal. The food in Greece is some of the best in the world and some of the oldest. Greek food today, with slight variation, is about the same as it has been for over 2,000 years. The Greek salad, local olives, dolmades and greek ...
... 45 minutes on the mountain. Our consolation was the next location: Nafplion.
When you think of idyllic little Greek cities built on mountains that slope down to the sea, perhaps with a large castle looming 912 steps above the rest of the town and a Venetian fort on an island controlling the harbor, your thinking of Nafplion. If I can toss around noun phrases like "white plaster walls" and "clinging salt air" and "red tile ...
... prisoners, three at a time, were actually allowed on deck to see the canal as they transited and it was with this in mind they we passed back through to the Saronic Sea. We crack a beer on the other side and drink a toast to John's father and think of the hardships he and other POW's must have endured.
Once through we carry on to the sheltered bay of Korfos and put the anchor down just on dark. We have travelled 61 nautical miles today...........a very big day.