Setting sail in the morning, but the wind soon died of, so we had to go by engine again. With this, we also had to change from the original plan, as it would be too far to go without proper sailing wind.
We stopped for lunch and swimming in a small bay off Moni island, before heading on to our new destination; Poros. Sailing in to the bay with the village of Poros climbing up the hill was simply fantastic! And finishing off with an amazing sunset just made everything perfect.
Tomasz had been here quite a few times before, and wanted to take us to his favorite places. For the starter he took us to the small local tavern Karavolos. It is located in a back alley, just up the street from Corner Souvlaki by the harbour. Their specialty is snails, so we ordered some portions to share. I think all of us were a little bit sceptic at first, but it was seriously incredible! With the restaurant in itself being beautiful as well, is the recipe for success.
For our main course, Tomasz took us to Corner Souvlaki. One of the things you must eat when you are in Greece is exactly that. Usually it is served with tzatziki, but according to our captain, we should try the chicken souvlakia with their special sauce at this particular place. And he was so right!
For dessert we went further out along the harbour front to a place that had no less than 46 different tastes of ice-cream. What to choose?…
Poros is a typical example of the idyllic Greek small towns, with peaceful narrow streets, and blue doors and windows everywhere. The only thing missing in this picture is the old man and the donkey…