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We’ve learned from the Greeks that if you cannot book a cabin, you find a comfortable spot on the sofa in the lounge and make the best of it overnight. We drove off the ferry at 2pm and headed west toward Thessaloniki from the port of Kavala. We stopped in the beach town of Nea Peramas (which felt very Italian), walked into a hotel where the proprietor did not understand English so I reverted to Italian where my Greek was sparse, and it worked.
We sat in an internet cafe, set up the i Pad, and at , Wheeler connected and we had a nice chat with them as the girls were eating their morning pancakes.
We killed some more time around town, then drove to the harbor and went through passport control only to discover that the Greek customs officer would not let the Vespa out because the owner’s name on its registration did not match my passport and I had no “authorization” from the owner.
We could have asked Antonio to sign a piece of paper saying that we had his permission to use the vehicle, have it faxed to the customs agent, but weighed our options and concluded that the chances of further trouble in Turkey were too great — “You mean your authorization was not stamped by an Italian notary?
We walked around the neighborhood to get to the back of the church where it was visible.
After a hearty lunch, we rode back to Mesta to sit in the plateia which had Wi Fi access. We left Mesta at noon, rode to Pyrgi to have lunch at the same restaurant as yesterday.
After considering the 50 euros a night room, we decided that we should get closer to Thessaloniki today.
We finally stopped about 90km east of Thessaloniki in Agios Georgios (another beach town catering to holiday crowds) and found a room for 35 euros.
B made the mistake of ordering the “Onion Blossom” because it is his favorite junk food and because it was so incongruous in that remote place. Since we’re planning to leave the Greek islands on the ferry tomorrow and head for northern Greece, we decided to go to a remote beach on Chios today.
But first, B was excited to be able to fry eggs for breakfast for the first time since we left Cambridge. After an hour and a half at the beach, we drove to another mastic town, Pyrgi, and found a restaurant on the main square which was serving lunch.
B wanted to demonstrate what little effort is required to be connected so he caught me using the i Pad with the bluetooth keyboard. We ordered something different from yesterday, a handmade pasta casserole.
We were sitting just below a lovely, quite simply designed, Orthodox church. After lunch we headed to Komi, a beach town on the south coast of Chios, to spend the day before we catch our ferry to the mainland.
It seemed like a better idea than hanging out on Chios for another 5 days.