|Looking back towards our place - we are behind the red domed church|
|This place has a menagerie of animals!|
|very nice looking newer house along our walk|
|We have this plant in Honduras but usually only has a few flowers and NO leaves!|
|cute little church shrine|
|tree just grows through the sidewalk|
|This is for our son in law Dan :)|
|Beautiful Angel's Trumpet plant|
|Eel anyone 😝|
|Strange to see a sign like this!|
|Lots of olives|
|park along the beach walk to the ferry|
After coffee we headed towards the centre of town. Though most of the shops were closed because being Sunday, bakeries, and a few restaurants were open. We stopped at one old style bakery and she had cheese pies and ham and cheese pies - so we bought one of each. Figured with all this walking I can burn off the yummy phylo pie LOL!!!
|Getting the layers of pork cooked for the gyros :)|
When we walk back to the house we walk beside a olive tree grove where the family is busy shaking the olives off onto screened tarps where they are then raked up and put in large sacks to be sent for processing. The men have hand machines that shake the branches to get the olives to drop.
|Looking down from the church courtyard to the ferry dock|
We stop by the local grocery store to pickup another 2 plastic bottles of wine from the barrel for 2.80 euros each :) But once we got home it didn't taste as good as the first bottle we had when we arrived. I tried the 2nd bottle and it tasted better. Guess this wine must be coming to an end from what Vivien had told us. Will have to mix the 1st bottle of wine with some sparkling water :)
|Rest time with a beer and cats! LOL!|
|After I take a pic of the hibiscus flower a bee comes in for a meal|
|This is one of the house cats - who has long fangs! You can just see the tip of the one|
|This is the kitten we call Fluffy - so very affectionate!|
|This is the wall at the end of the patio and the owner Chris said this is what the walls of this house looked like when they bought it 10 years ago.|
After a few wines decided we would go down to the local restaurant for dinner and is suppose to have dancing - OPA!!! But when we get there the server tells us that dancing is only on Friday and Saturday. Oh well guess we come back on Friday!
We had a delicious salad, plate of different meats, fries and a jug of wine for 28 euros. We did have leftovers to take home - but Dwayne forgot it on the table and he wasn't even drinking any wine!! As we are finishing our meal the owner Domitros, came over and sat with us and gave us a shot glass of digestif to help digestion he says LOL!! It was pretty strong stuff - but not ouzo. He tells us that he was born in Windsor, On after his parents immigrated, but returned to Greece when he was 5. He did return to Canada after his teens and married a Canadian girl. His wife passed away from cancer years ago and after that he returned to Greece. He has a daughter still in Vancouver and 3 kids here from a second marriage. We enjoyed our talk with him, as he gets us another round of digestif LOL!! He said that if I finished the wine the next jug was on the house - but I couldnt do it!! To many mixtures of wine and shots. HAHA! As we leave we tell him we'll be back on Friday :)