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Travel Blogs from Marmari
... fishman was cleaning up and I slipped on the wet sidewalk
twisting my other knee. I iced ASAP which didn’t happen with the first knee so
hopefully this will get better faster.The first one is good now.
We have free wifi at the hotel but couldn’t get on so will be delayed sending today’s blog. Have to write it on word then transplant it when we have working wifi. Goodnight all.
Ask the reception to show you how to get to Cavo. It is a seaside Bar and Restaurant worth visiting and it is about half kms from the hotel. Take along your swimming suites as there is a pebbled beach just below Cavo and I am sure you would love to swim here. There is also a fish tavern next to it. The view from up the restaurant which is among pine trees is stunning.
Smoking is unfortunately allowed in the rooms, but there is a non-smoking floor available ...
... and they visited the cemetery earlier but are here for lunch.
So we got in the car and drove off back to the previous village since there is no road after this point. Of course there is another nice spot to visit leading to a beautiful coast but we don’t want to spend our time in the car driving. What we really want is to have lunch and return to the hotel.
On our way to Marmari we make a stop when I notice a sign leading to a renowned Dragon House (Drakospito). There are one or two more in the round area and happily I notice that it is well preserved.
I remember 10 years back probably more, a group of friends arranged a short trip not very far from here, where there are a number of these very peculiar stone buildings. We had been walking for ...
... at all. We had a good company, good food and much action going on with the old pensioners with their dancing.
Of course on another visit I might go to Mouries Restaurant as I am sure they also have just as good dishes as this one.
I had the tastiest chops of a lifetime here. The reason is that sheep and goats in certain places in Evia drink sea water and this makes the meat delicious. Has anybody else heard ...