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... of naked me and women and bronze Zeuses.
-----The Greek island of Tinos. Here, we discovered Paxia Ammos Beach. Rocky rounded mounds rose above both sides of the remote beach, concealing it from the rest of the world. The tiny beach was a carpet of sand that led me and my dad into the clear, colorless green sea. It was a very pure swimming experience.
-----But, alas, my parents had to leave Greece before we could visit Odysseus’ ...
NAFPLION, MYCENEAE, CORINTH CANAL & EPIDAURUS, OCT 16, 2014
Today we are in the port of Nafplion. We are one of the first to tender ashore because we have a private car and guide here in an effort to see all we want to see.
We start off through the country side filled with olive groves, vineyards and fruit trees. After crossing one mountain range we are in a large plain. The olives this year are very small because they have had ...
... went for a walk with the girls. Poros was just beautiful and we walked up to a look out looking over both sides of the island. The streets were narrow and gorgeous and we navigated our way to a clock tower that we could see high above the houses. The local baker was driving around in his delivery van dropping off fresh bread to all the restaurants and cafes, so trustworthy they just leave it sitting on the doorstep.
We were quite sad as we knew today was ...
... to see a spot on the southern quay as we slowly motored up the Poros channel and tied up effortlessly, a good spot except for the usual noise at night from the Tavernas close by and the church that rang their bells at random times.
We had been of course to Poros before on our way to Loutra, so knew the harbor and town very well. We needed to have the wind generator fitted and so had rang Jonathon to ask who could he recommend, also we needed ...
... to stay with me.
So we stopped by a shop at the canal and picked up a mars bar drink. Yes, a MARS BAR drink, WOW, best drink I may ever have. Its practically a mars bar made into a milkshake. My taste buds are seriously having one big party all on their own over here!
We moved onto an archaeological site where we got to see the tower of Apollo, and a big square where the main markets use to be. The “Macarthur ...