A Swiss car was in the beach car park and we later discovered a tent pitched at the end of the Big Beach near the Rock. I guessed the approximate location when Isabella barked provoking a doggy response from that direction. I avoided the Big Beach until it was just the two females. Otherwise, the first walk was reasonably speedy and without unforeseen excitement.
I took the girls next so we were able to locate the tent which most likely had a dog. It was getting warmer so we didn’t hang around as I wanted to get into town for bread, some doggy bits and additional bananas and tomatoes. It’s good to have some salad to munch on.
I went up the mountain and around the town stopping at the port puppy village to see if there were any new residents. There were none so I continued to Anatoli and then Petrakis which seemed quite busy with visitors.
I stopped for a quick swim at Alonaki then rode back to the camping where I did nothing for a little while. Customers were having breakfast and generally being around so I kept the dogs in as they were quiet anyway. There was almost no morning left when I fed them and let them out. There was little activity as it was very sunny and warm so they just collapsed into a heap and went to sleep. A dog’s life if ever there was one. I’m not sure I was much more active as I spent time messing around archiving EG websites and downloading before deletion.
Ursula and Tony finally arrived in Athens following flight delays. They may need a little orientation time particularly Tony. Ursula visited the sea as well as the pool!