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... Greek salads by then, we had a comparison. Also on the menus was an item called a cheese pie. Alex had just described this to me the night before and said it was something he wanted to make when he got home. He had a recipe as one of their professors teaches them how to make some of the local dishes occasionally. His recipe sounded great, so we thought we would try one for our lunch.
Very disappointing. The salad was not good and the cheese pie was SO dry. I ...
... had warned us that she was a crazy cat lady, which I of course assumed was a couple, three, maybe four, five max. Ooooooh boy was I wrong, we ended up getting our pet fix and met all of her cats, and she has ten, I repeat, TEN cats. I'll give her credit though, they were really well taken care of, and friendly enough I could almost see getting a cat, but alas, even the cuddliest one Lollig (and his buddy Bollig) weren't enough to sway my love of dogs. Until next time, love to you all - ...
... then guess what – the
plane was half an hour late. We exchanged airport drama stories with a guy from
while we waited. We were on opposite ends of the plane, but that did not really
matter. We landed at Chania without further adventures and were very glad to
see Niall waving at us in the arrival area, especially as we wondered if ...
... It is the same as souvlaki, but called kalamaki in Athens to differentiate from the newer invention served in pita with fries - which is something we didn't know at the time and found it confusing because it's EXACTLY the same. Jason ended up finding a place not too far from home that had been serving the same kalamaki since 1956. It was pretty awesome. The guy was super nice and had been to NZ which wasn't so common for people in Greece. Whole dinner ...
... interesting to see the site at the Rock of Mars just below the Acropolis where St Paul addressed Athenians in the first century AD.
Returning to the market place below the Acropolis for lunch, we were convinced by a fast talking Greek to partake of food and drink in his restaurant. A mountain of grilled meats and pita bread followed for just 12.50 Euro ! Very tasty too.
Decided to use the Athens Metro to return to the port at Pireaus – a whole ...