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... for a slice of spanakopita, and we managed to find a shoe repair shop. The owner recommended Bougris, the local taverna just across the cobblestone lane. A family affair, the restaurant was splendid and traditional.....meal balls and tomato sauce and stuffed eggplant and tomato. The side blind of the car had 'demagnetized' during the night, so the early morning sun flooded in and we awoke early, starting the day with a few rounds of sun salutations and standing ...
... carob syrup and fish of the day or prawns for €18.00
The Wine list includes some of the best local labels ranking from €17.00 to €45.00.
The Snack Menu is quite economic. Salad is at €8, Fried local shrimps on fish roe mousse and small herb salad at €10, Souvlaki (kebab) with pita bread €9.00. Fried calamari with smoked aubergine salad €9.50. (few examples)
Desserts vary between €6.00 and €8.00 ...
... with the bumper harvest last year than anything human-made. Still, a number of groves were slowly becoming overgrown as locals had sold their land and moved away, often leaving their trees in the hands of outsiders who do not have such a strong connection and commitment to the land. The following morning, we were dropped off at the village square and awaited the bus back to Athens, waving to one of our Albanian pickers from across the street before heading north – back again to Athens.
After nearly 9 months away I was keen to catch up with changes to life in Methoni and to see friends again. Sunset is a good time to wander through the town, passing the time of day with others who have finished work for the day or are still busy in their shops. Most shops open at 8.00 am and stay open until around 8.00 pm. Wednesday is half day closing and some shops close ...
... the rival Greek cities, suffering reprisals from all directions.
On the brighter side of things, Malas establishes the famous Chios School of Sculpture in the seventh century B.C. and a number of great sculptors like Mikkiades, Bupalos, Archermos, Athenis, Malas and Glavkos were graduates of the school.
In the Hellenistic era, the famous historian from Chios, Theopompos, joins Alexander the Great on his great pursuit and records ...