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... with 15,000 seats. Toured with Patty. We learned about the roots of drama here, before hopping a boat to the idyllic traffic-free island of Hydra.
Lunch at Ermioni (harbor town) - spinach/cheese pie, choc cookies.
Dinner - Chicken Soulvaki (ate outside with 6 cats watching), Chocolate Mousse (from Flora's Pastry/Aveuwvn), Baklava.
Cats everywhere you look in Hydra (one of the Saronic islands).
... the road gave us a look of contempt as he slowly lumbered to his feet to get out of our way. The sun sparkling off the brilliant blue water told us to enjoy the view but also to hurry, we needed to board a ferry to Hydra.
Hydra is one of the Saronic Islands in the Aegean Sea and the small harbor is filled with fishing boats. Since there are no cars on the island, donkeys are used for transporting supplies. They line up along ...
... rooms, artifacts from the Byzantine period, and an art gallery.
For lunch, we had a traditional Greek meal in a little cafe, paid for by the college. I’m learning more and more about Greek cuisine and one thing I’ve discovered is that Greeks are all about the appetizers. We had bread with an eggplant dip, sausage with sliced tomatoes and melted cheese, mushrooms in a red sauce, and Greek salad before they even brought us the main ...
A gentle breeze, hot and sunny, now this is what we came here for.
It was only an hour's motoring to Poros. Quite an amazing approach to the town. From the south the channel takes you round the water front, almost like driving up the main street.
We found a marina like pontoon and dropped anchor to tie back to it. Nice and secure, and apart from the ...
... Interestingly the EU has made a big problem for the Greek business of making olive oil. With the EU Greek Olive Oil production must compete with Spain and Italian olive oil production.
Another interesting aspect was Leo and Patricia knew every single person that walked up Miaouli Street. This is the main street that starts at the port and that Darren’s house (actually everyone here knows of it as Frances’ house. She is Darren’s mother-in-law). So it was ...