Galaxidi, Greece; October 2016

Galaxidi is a pleasant, sleepy town on the Gulf of Corinth. It’s built round the nucleus of an old village perched on top of a small rise which has streets of typically greek houses radiating out.

We didn’t have too long here, but it was nice to wander and then found a taverna with boisterous Greek pensioners and reasonable priced beer served with simple Greek tapas. The sun set on us as we worked up an appetite on Fix, watching yachts from a boating club come in to moor around the bay.

The highlight was dinner at Babelis where my friend had some great Octopus and I tried the local delicacy (although I don’t think it’s just from Galaxidi!) of stuffed onions.

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