|Fresh fish ready for wrapping in Greek newspapers.|
A free shower sign sure
to catch a sailor’s eye.
|The caption here was only in Greek, but towards the
end of this trip, we were convinced that the Greek
invented everything. Including theraputic massage!
|To quote Homer, the epic Greek poet, “much
have I toiled in perils of waves and war.”
|Epidaurus theater (with comfy stone seating for 14,000),
was built starting in 400 AD. The acoustics here
are exceptional. A coin drop at center stage can
be clearly heard from any seat in the amphitheater.
|One of our last sunsets on the sail trip.|
|Larry and Kathy goofing it up on our farewell party.|
|OMG! American Style Super Donuts, chased by
a fat American who can’t wait to get some?
|Get yer Oyzo (ouzo) right here, kids.|
|Greek dancing with performer Stavros Sakatos,
who sang at Sting’s wedding. Our crew felt like we were
still swaying from the boat – from the left, Jerry, me,
Mike, Larry, Deb and Kathy. Opa! Yamas!