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... sun deck, then arrived to the island of Poros. Poros has a very nice port with lots of picturesque homes, but it was kinda hard to explore the island due to the time constrain. We had 45 minutes on this island and then it was time to go! Had enough time to take some pictures and get a flavor of the town. In Poros they have a clock tower, so we made the ten minute hike all the way to the top to check out the tower! Next island: ...
... all head to the beach after Andy left at 0900
Jan and Jill are great ,love to explore and David is always jocking around.
This week will be fun.
We will be heading to another town in Caphalonia on Sunday and Monday Aug. 19 and 20th.
Will resize pics and send next time I get internet. Augh 23 or 24th.
... the amphitheater, we gave it a good looking over. It truly is amazing, look it up on google. Built about 4BC, it was used by the Romans as a place of healing. The amplification is so good, that you can drop a coin on a special rock in the middle of the stage, and you can here it in the top row. You can clearly hear people talk from the top row. Another architectural masterpiece. The trip back was as pleasant as the trip up. After catching little ...
We had a very exciting trip today, so this could end up in 2 bloggs.
A couple of little things i missed out last night were:
When we berthed, the people on the boat next to us, Noticed our Aussie flag. There was a mother and a little boy on deck, and when the mother said to the boy that we were from Australia, immediately and without hesitation all he said was "sharks".
In the afternoon we had a great look around the town, ...
... find a spartan helmet to fit Sweepicus - would you really like to ask a Greek shop assistant to measure a glove puppet's head to then try on what is essentially an ornament?
A drink on the sea front was accompanied by some beautiful Greek music played by fine local musicians. Well maybe a slight exaggeration, they were not fine musicians and it certainly was not beautiful or Greek and it was not music as ...