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... conceals the rubber texture of an American cooked eggplant.
Then there was the bride.
Upon arriving back to the ship, a nap was definitely in order before dinner.
... pictures you've ever seen, lined with shops, tavernas, lovely potted plants and lots and lots of cats.. but even prettier and found a taverna to have a wine before going back to meet up with Gwendols for dinner. Dinner was at what we called "our local" as it was just outside the hotel and directly under Deb and GJs balcony. OMG... what a delight to order all the yummy Greek dishes we've been dreaming of.... Tzatziki, Greek Salad (which is always topped with a whole block of ...
... until later. At the main part of the site we walked around with Tom for a bit, lost him (as always), then found him at the bottom of the hill. We went to the museum, and it stopped raining right when we were walking in and Karavas' group was walking out. Sucky timing, much?
So anyway, after telling us what to look out for in the museum, Tom let us free. I spent some time there, grew frustrated when artifact info contained like ten lines of info in Greek ...
... the open sky above dispels the notion quickly, particularly if it is raining which it did a bit during our stay. There wasn't much else to do besides catching up on our blog and go downhill for food. And enjoy the marching band leading Greek Orthodox religious processions through the streets which were otherwise quite deserted.
Our guesthouse host was a major NFL fan but his hopes on seeing our passports were quickly ...
... the town and along by the harbour where there are a few tavernas and restaurants. I ate at one opposite the port - a hearty meal, as my salad was quickly augmented by various extras including a desert.
I looked for signs of the recession in Greece. Yes there were some shops empty, and many places advertised for rent, but that is often the case out of season. ...