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... their wine was the vines are only a couple of inches of the ground and some are set out in a round swirl pattern to protect the middle plants from the wind. The last and by far not the least you'd even might say my favourite part of Greece was the food!!!! 'Gyros' a regular dinner element of mine throughout Greece. Gyros is similar to what we call a souvalki but with chips in the mix. The man at the take away stand down from the hostel knew my order by the end. ...
... I took in the breathtaking sight of villages perched on top of the sheer cliffs and discussed how it would have been in the strong wind with bad anchoring; we were pleased that we had decided to take the ferry instead.
We were met by the hotel pickup at the small landing where the ferry had berthed; he led us to his small bus while we waited for more passengers. Soon we were winding our way up the 980ft rise on a road that was barely wide enough for ...
... Let's just say the roads are very interesting. Sometimes they are wide some times they are skinny and at all times there is a huge drop down the side and damaged or no guard rails. The scenery again is amazing and photos would not do it justice. The Greeks have no idea how to drive and I try my best to keep as far as possible away from any other road user. In any other country you would lock them up for the way the behave on the road. I can honestly say the Greek economy is in ...
... was a complete war zone and we were smack dab in the middle of it. Taking our cue from mother nature, we packed up our things that morning, spent the day soaking up our final taste of the city at the Archeological Museum and booked it straight for Athens on the late ferry at the stroke of midnight. We’ve had incredible times on this fairytale island of pure white cities with breathtaking views nestled atop harrowing cliffs, ...
... usually in August, the farmers and workers stayed right at the farms for the two or three week season. The museum showed how the grape presses went from feet to modern day presses and pointed out Santorini has only had electricity since 1967, not all that long ago, really. Another thing I learned was during no part of the wine making process should the grapes or the juice touch anything metal because if they do it reduces the quality of wine and ...