Going Alo …

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Patitiri is the port of Alonnisos.

Kalo Mina! – Good Month!

κάπου αλλού –  kapo aloo
somewhere else
 

Short-trip to Aloo – Alonnisos,
starts here;

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Do you know the beautiful quiet island of Alonnisos?
Well worth a visit!

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Travelers were Silje, Ira & me;

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I always love walking the streets of “Hora”
– the old village of Alonnisos.

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The balcony used to be pink and are on thousands of photographs,
but it was nearly falling down!
It is good to see that the house is looked after now!

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I think it leaves every morning around 07.00, check it at openseas.gr

We visited our good friends,
a Norwegian – Ukrainian couple.
Eleni served the very best meal of product from her home country, so great with a very different taste; Thank you Eleni!

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After a good rest we went to Arkontostasi Taverna for the sunset

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and a great meal, in good company.

Soon time for bed;

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We will be back in Alonnisos one day …

Have a lovely JUNE and remember to give a smile,
it costs nothing and can make a change …

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7 thoughts on “Going Alo …”

  1. Så nydelige bilder fra Alonissos. Jeg og Kari skal en tur dit når vi kommer til Skopelos på onsdag. Vi må overnatte på skiathos pga flyet lander så sent. Sees neste uke. Vi bor hos Kostas på soulas ☀️👍

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  2. Hei. Takk for turen og gjensyn med Alonnisos. For 20 år siden feiret min mann 50 årsdag sin der. Stort gjestebud på Astrofegia. God lørdag til deg fra Anne Karin.

    lør. 1. jun. 2019, 09:49 skrev SKOPELITISSA – Skopelos by a Norwegian living here more than 36 years. :

    > Skopelitissa, the Norwegian connection posted: ” Patitiri is the port of > Alonnisos. Kalo Mina! – Good Month! κάπου αλλού – kapo aloo somewhere else > Short-trip to Alo – Alonnisos, starts here; Do you know the beautiful quiet > island of Alonnisos? Well worth a visit! Travelers were Silje, I” >

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