Kallirroi - Xenonas - Guesthouse
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Travel Blogs from Kaloneri
... the yoghurt is not at all like we buy at home even when we buy Greek Yoghurt. It's so thick and creamy and even I ( a non yoghurt eater ) am enjoying eating the yoghurt with honey. We also had freshly squeezed Orange Juice - OMG yum, I'm sure the oranges had just been picked. She also bought us out a plate with some yummy cakes as our "gift", which seems to be a custom here... bill came to EU38 ($54) so not a cheap meal. Now time to walk off all that food, definitely easier climb ...
... and the simple olive oil and lemon dressing was very, very nice. Anne had a fixed meal which included an ouzo, and it was strong, Grappa strong! The local red was also quite potent, just a half litre luckily. But it washed down our local lamb meal a treat. It was so tasty!
after dinner we turn on the BBC news to find today they had the lighting of the Olympic torch for the Russian winter Olympics here today. That would explain the number of police in Pyrgos this ...
We awoke at the beautiful Camping Alphios overlooking Olympia and after a quickish ( for us) breakfast set off down the hill for the archaeological ruins of ancient Olympia. We were surprised by how quit it was with only 1 tour bus parked in the campground and when we arrived t the ticket office there was no queue. Ticket prices were very reasonable and the kids were free - as they are for all of Greece's archaeological ruins. The site is just amazing. Firstly it is set along ...
... had to be eaten in a matter of minutes (including Karavas coming over and asking in an incredulous voice, "What is that?" about the brownie sandwich--it did look pretty incredible), we still made it.
We then had around a 4-hour bus ride back to Athens. It was mostly uneventful, but fairly early in the trip we did get almost blocked on a bridge by a crane-thing that was doing work (we have no idea what). Eventually they swung around ...
... well. He said he has heard that a lot. I said to him that I personally think the Greeks speak much better English than the Italians and other European countries. He agreed and said the Italians are bad with English. In one respect I had to agree with him but I have heard a lot of Italians speak English quite well but must admit they have been the older people. I also said to him the difference here in Greece we have found that Greeks seem always willing ...
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