9 responses to “Dinner Guests in Laurium”

  1. marquita herald

    Charming dinner guests … sounds like a lovely time had by all!

  2. Lynn Jones

    What an adventure you are on! The history is so interesting, the fresh food (fish) sounds delicious, with 40% alcohol (oh my gosh!) and 2 white furry friends as company! I think you are having a great time!
    Enjoy!
    Lynn

  3. Theuns

    Hi James

    It is always nice to read your blog , to learn about all the great place’s thati s
    out there that we can put on our dream lists.

    I love to eat at a place were you can pick the fish that you want on your plate
    But i an nor a Cat lover and don’t even like it when dogs look at you when you eat
    but i think for one time that will not be the end of the world.

    Regards
    Theuns

  4. Anna

    You had great company and very innovative composition here you made:)

  5. Carmen

    I really want to try this fish..You had a great adventure..Your kitten are very nice company..Thanks for sharing the photo..

  6. Marc Korn

    Hi Jim,

    Looks like the adventure continues and you are enjoying the food and drink as much as the touring…

    Leasing a Yacht must be a great way to sail around the Islands and possibly go fishing.
    As always, your pictures and descriptions bring everything to life. Luckily your dinner guests were well trained and didn’t actually pull up a chair and join you on the table.

    I look forward to your next stop in Athens.

    Marc

  7. Lynda Cromar

    This is a great place to create a permanent record of all of your world-wide exploits and travels. I don’t drink so I cannot imagine 40% alcohol. I am intrigued by the behavior of the cats that didn’t cry to get your attention but just looked longingly at your food, lol. It is fun to go to quaint out of the way places as it appears you are doing.

  8. Raena Lynn

    Hi Jim,

    Your stories always make me feel like I’m there! Your dinner guests are so cute! I really like the white kittys. Your articles are always so interesting because you share the history with each destination. I think it would be very exciting to sail around the Greek islands in a yacht! By the way, great picture of the boat yard. I’ve never heard of Ouzo before, and it sounds like it packs a punch!

    Your posts show us how much you love to travel and you always have a lovely time every place you go! Imagine having the freedom of being able to wine and dine any time we desire!

    I’m looking forward to your Athens experience! Thanks for sharing your post and beautiful pictures!

    Raena Lynn

  9. Willena Flewelling

    I’m enjoying your travels vicariously. 🙂

    Those kitties are definitely more polite than our own! We have four, and while they don’t jump up on the table while you’re sitting there, you can’t turn your back on your food if you leave the table for a moment!!

    Willena Flewelling

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