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We are leaving port this morning and moving toward our final destination. We have some concerns because the window to cross the sea is on Wednesday and then the winds return to gale force status. We have avoided this as long as we can. Yesterday we had long walks in the village, time in the olive groves, small county churches, and an ...
... with many small churches. Famous for its pistachio nuts, there are many small clusters of pistachio trees growing. The particular type they grow comes from Syria. The trip takes over an hour and includes another port on the other side of the island which looks far more romantic than where we landed. It is small and has restaurants and cafes lining the water edge. One section was full of many dry docked boats waiting for summer holidayers. We pass ...
... a dip in the ocean on the way to the lookout and loved it. We left Hydra at 12:30 and were immediately presented on board with a roast pork lunch with salad, potatoes and bun. It was good but not exceptional by most accounts. We finished up lunch, watched some more Greece go by, and arrived in Poros at 1:40. We have an hour here and so walked about a bit before sitting in front of a patio fan and having drinks as it was smoking hot. Last ...
... here for 30 years one would be referred to as a foreigner, but this could be a great life. We have not missed television, nor radio, there is always something neat going on, even if it is just the “beginning of summer” pageant. I think that being an American Ex-patriot in a small isolated place such as this, could be good. Yes I know I had that chance living in Handorf and Herborn-Seelbach Germany and even in Torrie la Quautisouri and Longare (sp) Italy. But ...
... sticks and other goodies were served. Following that we departed for another group dinner dinner at Taverna Leonidas. The main course items had been pre-ordered a day or so previously, and we were given three choices – goooaat, rabbit or chicken (I went for the chicken). One of the appetizers served was Octopus (I tried a few pieces – somewhat like Kalamari and yet a bit different). During our meal, another couple came and sat down behind me. I ...