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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
... to have a go at the paddle boat but I was feeling a little bit sea sick so got off the boat first thing to find a cafe for a coffee and ‘other business’ was nice to be on land but had to load up on sea sick pills to last the rest of the day. After a lovely breakkie prepared by Andy we set sail for our next destination Erimioni. On the way we had a couple of swim stops which were so lovely the water was absolute bliss! Us girls parked ourselves up ...
... together – appreciating the acoustics of the theatre. After an appropriate amount of silence, I immediately yelled “Bravo! Bravo!” and clapped enthusiastically. There was no reaction from the tour group, but Jen and I found it funny along with a few other seated couples nearby. The guidebook spoke of the wonderful acoustics in the large theatre, and after spending a good hour there we certainly understood what they were ...
... and jetsam, binoculars around my neck I searched the sea for the telltale signs, glistening in the sunlight. The sea was calm with no wind at all. We would soon be there, as we got closer we could see a jetty that had three or four boats already tied up alongside, this we thought was the place to stay.
The forty three foot, sleek ketch Kimbralia 3 with its red markings and trim, lay opposite Orca on the pier in Poros harbour. The ...
... one suggestion. A beautiful lagoon, surrounded by cliffs. Very cool. We carried on to Pylos where we crashed for the night. A nice fishing village. Unfortunately we were kicked out of the carpark, and had to park on the side of the road on a hill for the night. Needless to say the sleep wasn’t great. We cracked on first thing to check out Mystras, another ancient greek/roman town, which was once the second city of the Byzantine empire. Perched on a craggy hill, the ...