Travel Blogs from Aegina Town
... very nice shorter dresses in other shops. So a great shopping excursion with a fabulous bikini purchased too and Steve and I (and also Rez) agree that she looks a million dollars. It does one good to spoil yourself now and again and after 4 months in Afghan she deserved it.
We then changed and went out for a last meal on the island before going back to the boat and then leaving the next day.
... So much for being classy.
The food on the flight was mediocre; rice and beef, nothing too special. However, it was much better than anything any American airline would serve. Unfortunately, we couldn't get any decent pictures through the plane window because it was night-time, but there wasn't much to see, (just some unidentifiable city lights), so it wasn't a big disappointment.
For the majority of the flight, Greek music was being played quietly ...
... century BC, dedicated to a local goddess who was later associated with Athena.
We then went to the Monastery of Agios Nectarios. You will find this hard to believe but it is a 20th century AD building.
Aegina is best known for growing pistachio ...
... to be the mother of Pantelis and Popi is Panteli's sister.
Of course we found out about the relation only tonight the last night of our stay in Aegina when we saw Panteli in his mother's restaurant.
So, as you see, all three of them are exceptional in what they are doing. Isn’t it amazing? Talent runs in the family for sure.
I have below the review ...
... at a friend's Agro hotel last year in Cyprus)? It was at Ambelikos and I have already missed it and my friend also. I will try to include it on my next trip to Cyprus in spring.
We ask for 'pikilia’ - variety of sea food. When we taste the amazing octopus and taramosalata Yianni gets so enthusiastic and keeps saying again and again that these two dishes are the best he has ever had. So, the result as you ...