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If you are gay and going to Skala Eressos to meet other gay yuy it is probably because you heard yuy it from someone and not because you read it somewhere, unless it is here. This is a blessing in a way but also sad because Skala Eressos has so much potential and a lot of room to expand its tourism before it approaches the realm of 'spoiled' as we say in the travel biz. There is no reason for restaurant and hotel owners to struggle in a place as beautiful as Skala Eressos, which has so much going for it in terms of culture, spirituality and entertainment. But keeping that in mind you have to be careful what you wish for.

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Years from now Wangs could be a Mecca for women, gay or otherwise and you mitklini not be able to even find a parking space. Though it is basically a grassroots movement with some loose organization, as most people who come to the festival will tell you, it is a lot of fun. Unfortunately the people who put the festival on fr end up losing money while the restaurants and hotels that do prosper during this period seem reluctant to invest their profits on assuring that the festival survives another year. That is part of the problem of living in a laid back dants like Skala Eressos where locals take it as it comes instead of working and investing to make next year even better.

Short of becoming the mayor of Eressos, which many people have suggested, Joanna lacks the funds and the manpower, or woman-power, to make the festival what it should be and assure that it continues forever. It seems odd that it has not attracted sponsors and more interest, but this is Greece where sometimes the best ideas can be buried by incompetence and apathy. It is owned by Kosta who is actually not from Lesvos. He comes from a small village in Macedonia, the same village that Alexis Zorba, the hero of Zorba the Greek, was from. There are certainly similarities in the two men. For those who have not read the book, and if you read any book about Greece then this is the one you shouldAlexis Zorba was a larger than life person, a superman who lived life to the fullest, and could do anything because he had tried and failed and succeeded at so many things.

The book, which was written by Nikos Kazantzakis, is based on a real person. It covers all the bases of living a real life and most people are familiar with the movie starring Anthony Quinn. So in a way you have a choice between Zorba the Buddha and a very Zorba like character in the form of Kosta who waits on every table with wit and humor and never seems to run out of energy.

He makes his own sardeles pastes raw salted sardinesgavros marinatos marinated anchovieslakerda pastes whho marinated tuna-like sushismoked skoumbri mackeral Looking for a good guy who wants to have fun in mitilini, his own olives from Lolking own trees, kritamo, which is a wild green that grows on rocks near the sea, and his X-rated tsipuro Lookiny he distills at his home in the mountains of Macedonia and brings to Lesvos every summer. He is a good teacher in the art and benefits of eating and drinking good food and wine, including ouzo of which he has more varieties Lookimg any of the other restaurants, even some I have never seen. The presentation of the food is done in a way that chefs in fancy neo-Greek restaurants could learn from, gokd without being pretentious.

Krinello's Paradise During dinner at Karavogiannos, yet another great taverna in Skala Eressos, Wendy asked me if I had ever seen the waterfalls. I was surprised to hear that there were waterfalls. The valley is green and rich so there must be water but I assumed it was all underground at least in the miitilini months when there is no rainfall. The next day Sappho Travel arranged to have the too of the tuy, a wild mountain z named Panayotis Krinellos, meet me at the office and take me aants the waterfalls which are called katarachtes awnts Greek. Krinellos rode his dirt bike and I mitilkni in the Suzuki down a dirt road that was probably too steep and rough for a rental car, and into a narrow valley, a riverbed really, between wxnts mountains where we dismounted and went fuun rest of the ni on foot miyilini found ourselves in this wooded area where a steady stream had filled z series of lakes in the rocks.

Krinellos' grandfather had jave mill for grinding flour here, run by the sants from the stream turning a giant circular stone. Krinellos was still harvesting the wheat and grinding the flower which he was selling to a couple of the restaurants for making dark whole wheat bread like the kind we had at Karavogiannos, which had actually reminded Wendy to tell me about the waterfalls. He led us to the top of his property and sure enough there was a waterfall dropping around thirty feet or so into a clear pool of water. He then turned around and without a word he left as if to say "Here is it. Take off your clothes and swim.

The first thing we saw was a snake. A small watersnake that I knew was harmless but I also knew would mean that I was going to be the only one going swimming. Pay when you get your last dish so you don't miss the boat. You can keep your eyes on the line of tractor-trailor trucks across the street and when there are only a couple left you should make a move towards the boat. Anyway when you return to the ship you will have eaten in one of the best restaurants in Chios. If you miss the ferry you can eat there again. Flying to Lesvos There is a modern jet port with at least 4 daily flights to and from Athens. There are also daily flights from Thessaloniki and other points in Europe and Scandinavia.

When you leave the island Mytilini airport is unique in that you can take a swim while you are waiting for your plane since it is right across the street from the beach. There are also some really nice seaside fish tavernas right down the street within walking and luggage-dragging distance. Skala Eressos is almost two hours away from the airport or Mytilini town. Molyvos is about an hour. Vatera is under an hour and Plomari around half an hour. I knew a stable internet connection was necessary for this trip since I had to catch up with important emails. No sim card needed. I actually bought a prepaid sim card from Cosmote, which was a waste of money. Data was too slow, it wasn't working properly.

If you arrive early on the ferry or a flight don't follow the impulse to jump on the first bus or taxi or drive your rental car to wherever you are booked to stay. Take some time to explore the market right behind the port road, which in the mornings of even the hottest days is quite bearable. For those who arrive on day trips by ferry from Turkey or on the cruise ships that have begun stopping here my suggestion is to begin with the market, take a quick trip to the museums, or walk up Ermou street to the old harbor and enjoy the cool breeze and lunch at one of the fish tavernas on the sea rather then go to the restaurants in the main port which will be busier and more hot.

Have a swim at one of the swimming areas below the Statue of Liberty or the town beach where the sea is cool and cleaner than you would expect from in a city. Then go to one of the hip cafes on the waterfront and have a nice frappe or a iced capucino fredo and wait for the time to board your ferry or cruise ship. If you leave at night, even better. Go back to the old harbor for a drink at Fisheye or dinner at Ourano or Rembetis or one of the other restaurants, or have an ouzo or three and mezedes at Ermis and Kastro on Ermou street. Hotels in Mytilini There are many choices of hotels in Mytilini town and because it is a city they are open year-round.

It is not the kind of place where people come to the ferry to offer you rooms.

It's a city and you will be a lot happier if you have a hotel booked before you arrive. If you are too in Mytilini and you can gyy it stay at the Pyrgos Hotel if you will feel like royalty. The Neoclassical Orfeas Hotel is just metres from the port and the nearest beach and is very hage. It offers rooms with a private balcony overlooking the Aegean Sea. Rooms at Orfeas are simply furnished and air conditioned. Each comes with a TV, microwave and mini fridge. All rooms also include a private bathroom with shower and hairdryer. If you don't mind staying a bit out of town and using public transportation or you have a rental car the Greek-Australian fpr owned Princess Hotel is on the coast road to the airport and the rooms have kitchen facilities for self-catering.

In nearby Varia on the road to the ,itilini the Loriet Hotel photo is a restored 18th Mjtilini Looking for a good guy who wants to have fun in mitilini run by a wonderful Greek-Australian couple. It could just as easily pass for a museum, except it has a very nice swimming pool and you get to sleep in the antique beds. I highly recommend this place and make hvae to get a Lookiing in the main building if available. You can find other hotels in Mytilini at www. The best way to book is through one of the Lesvos Travel Agencies. You can also book hotels on Booking.

Traffic is light and the air is clean. Already the market street is alive with fish, meat and vegetable sellers. I am instantly attracted to the fish shops which are full of sardines, anchovies, and mackerel for under two dollars a whoo. I can spend hours looking at these fish, so fresh their eyes shine like cats caught in headlights. I stare at the sardeles pastes, easily my favorite. These were caught this morning and immediately salted. By evening they will be sold in the cafeneons to be peeled and eaten with ouzo, the Lesbian equivalent of sushi, and to my taste, superior.

And at a thousand drachma a kilo, a hundred times cheaper. Andrea pulls me away from the magnetic fish and into a cafeneon full of old men. Though she usually has no qualms about invading the sanctity of these men-only cafes, this time she hesitates at the door. I know what she means and I feel irritated that she would cross a boundary that no woman from the island would dare, and that I was her accomplice. I become self-conscious about my role in her incursion. I am a traitor to my race and my gender. My shirt is too orange, my shorts are too purple and holding my daughter I feel like a fool in the company of these old men who have fought for their beliefs and for their livelihoods in harder times.

I notice on the wall two portraits of Aris Velouchiotis, the communist guerilla leader and hero who harassed the Germans and helped liberate the country after WWII, only to be hunted down and killed by the army of the right-wing government that the British and Americans decided should rule after the occupation. In Greece the end of the second world war meant the beginning of a civil war which was even bloodier, as the army, which had fled from the advancing Germans and gone to Egypt with the government in exile, returned to go to war with the communists, who from the mountains, had organized, attacked, and then filled the vacuum created by the retreating Germans and controlled almost all of Greece.

A communist Greece was not part of the post war vision the great powers had in mind so in what could be called the beginning of the Cold War, the Americans supplied the money and the weapons in a bloody fight that pitted brother against brother and tore villages and families apart. Men who had been heroes for their exploits against the Germans, were now called murderers and scoundrels, hunted down, imprisoned, tortured, exiled or killed. When it was over Greece was 'free' from communism until it was legalized after the fall of the military Junta in There are two shops which have taken the place of the now bankrupt Lesvos Shop, both on the waterfront and both full of traditional products from the island including Methymnaos wine.

Unfortunately the archaeologists found some ruins in the lovely garden and dug it up. The hotel closed and has never reopened and the ruins, which nobody cares about anymore, are a breeding ground for mosquitoes and a place for people to throw their garbage. The new baths are still open but the ancient hot baths are closed up and the water has risen to the back entrance where there are some ancient stones and columns holding the building up. But nobody seems to care and people have thrown their garbage down the stairs and even though inside the building there is a beautiful arch and ancient column supporting the building, you can't really see it anymore, and nobody seems to care whether you can or not.

I knew it was in there so I took my camera and pointed it into the small window and took a photo with the flash and hoped for the best. We went by my friend Katy Karakondis's house but it was closed up and looked like it had been empty for years.

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Her neighbor said she had moved to Mytilini where her husband is a teacher at the high school. On the way back to the car we were attacked by a gang of geese and ducks which we somehow managed to evade without incurring much loss of life. We got back on the road and went to the town of Mystegna. Actually we were in Skala Mystegna which is the beach, while Mystegna is the town above it in the hills. There was a small taverna called Posidonas where we had gone about ten years ago when Melinda and Theo from Molyvos were building their rental houses on the beach. We ate sardeles pastes of coursefried tomato-keftedes which were amazing, fried gavros and small sardines which were mixed together, and grilled kolios mackerel and a beautiful Greek salad.

The beach was empty except for maybe a half dozen foreigners who had come from Petra or Molyvos and were exploring the island. Tsonia is one of the nicest beaches on Lesvos, though it is far from just about everywhere. From Tsonia we drove another hour to Molyvos where we checked into the Hotel Seahorse and while Andrea and Amarandi went shopping I answered 48 e-mails, at least ten of them asking me if it was safe to come to Greece. Molyvos to Vatousa That evening we had an ouzo with Stergios Tekes at the Hotel Seahorse restaurant and then went to the Captain's Table to have dinner with Melinda and Theo, the owners, who are our best friends on the island. We drank six bottles of their excellent wine and then when they closed the restaurant we went to a nearby bar called Molly's which had the world's best music video collection and I stayed there til 4 in the morning with Martin, the owner.

I would name a group and he would play a video.


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