Swimming at sunset, swimming at sunrise, swimming on our own private beach.
Washing back melitzanosalata, saganaki, grilled fish and greek salad with a swig of ouzo, watching local families dine at 10pm in the square of this little village near the port of Gytheio.
Sometimes it’s the most unplanned, the most unexpected places that take your breath away… right before you sail away to another Greek paradise.
Are you interested in reading more from my trip through the Southeastern Europe? I started in Ljubljana, took a side trip to Lake Bled, stopped quickly in Split and Dubrovnik, then went to Mostar and Sarajevo. To get to Skopje, I spent a night in Kosovo. Then I travelled through Greece, stopping in Meteora on my way to Gytheio. Click on the links to find out more.
Greece looks like an amazing place to explore and photograph, would love to visit one day to escape never ending rain showers in Ireland
It sure is a beautiful place to visit – I’d highly recommend it if you get the chance! 🙂
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