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<b>Ruth</b> After another wonderful night's sleep today we headed to Corinth. Checked out of the hotel to jump into the hire car which was a Ford Focus. Last night I asked the question who was game enough to get us out of Athens.. dead silence.. Shirley kindly offered - thank god! Anyway we headed out, my job was to navigate, probably a bad idea, but eventually we were out and on the freeway where Shirley got the pleasure of driving legally at 130... ...
... on the Museum’s terrace – it hardly seemed worth the hour of rounding the Old Town Naxos labyrinth to find it.
Off to the nearby and recently discovered Venetian House we went. A steep 5 Euro per person entrance welcomed us into an ancient house that belongs to who knows? It was a rather confusing self-tour, as the house contained artifacts that may have been from the time period, but then contained modern photo on ...
... and shop keepers took one look and went to find the closest person to them- it was quite funny that emma had no idea of the attention she was drawing! Back at Tolo, the girls went swimming whilst mum, emma and i ventured to see if there was anything past the delicious gelato shop we visited yesterday- there wasn't- Tolo is tiny! After waiting an hour for the girls and Aunty Lee to finish in the water we decided we would jyst get our gelato without them! The lovely owner was there and ...
... like the design shops there. There may be a recession in Greece yet there is commerce here, and if some places are closing then there are also new places opening.
It was touching too, to buy pies at a bakery, receive a sesame seed ring as a gift and remember that the Greek spirit is indomitable.
In the evening I chose a light meal - a Cretan salad at one of the more modern restaurants in Corinth. It ...
... discussions with about hiring a yacht on the internet, how fortuitous! Even more fortuitous was the fact that about 1\2 hour later some of the employees of Greek sails turned up to see how Andy had got on so Nick managed to have a great chat with them and got really 'bouyed' up about going to see them on Poros.
We went to one of the tavernas on the quayside and had a quick drink that lasted a few hours and a bit of food (!) before heading back to Dixie for the night.