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... thought that was all but a hot vegetable omelet and cheese pie appeared. The meal was finished with a small glass of Jello with peaches on top! Caren thought that she was back at her grandmother's house!
We walked around Hydra Port checking out the shops. We hiked over a wildflower-lined trail by the sea to the other small villages on the island -- Mandraki (pop. 11), Kamini, Vlychos (pop. 19). We shared the trail with "beasts ...
... choices are all Greek dishes with fish, chicken, pork and vegetables done many ways. A sticky cake for desert. Yummy!
We cruise to Poros island traveling past many islands on the way. Some have houses dotted here and there and some appear to be farmed. Most have very sparse vegetation. I can't see many trees though they are covered in a haze of various shades of green. They are all very hilly and every now and then I sight evidence of ancient ...
... feet to say it the truly European way.
The next day brought us more eating at tavernas and swimming. We met and shared our rocks with a very nice German family while there. Although it was not an eventful trip, it was glorious to be away from the hustle and bustle of Athens, to breathe fresh, clean air, and to spend a lot of quality time with my fellow fellows while also meeting ...
... have their groups scattered in the stands and show them how they can easily hear the sound of a match struck at center-stage (or in our case pennies being dropped). A 2007 study by Nico F. Declercq and Cindy Dekeyser of the Georgia Tech indicates that the astonishing acoustic properties are either the result of an accident or the product of advanced design: The rows of limestone seats filter out low-frequency sounds, such as the murmur of the crowd, and amplify/reflect ...
... watching the day trippers invade the island. While having coffee, I spoke with a father and son from Bombay who sat down next to me. They seemed quite interested in RS tours, so of course I did my best to promote them.
After a lengthy coffee break, I walked around the harbour to left, to have a look of Spilla beach. It wasn’t really a “beach” but rather just a rocky platform with a ladder leading down to the ocean. Two young ...