Greek Isles


A peaceful harbor at the Village of Aliki, Paros Island, Greece


The Byzantine ruins left from the 7th Century in the Valley of Butterflies


A beautiful butterfly in the Valley of Butterflies


Dinner is being dried by the solar energy


A donkey ride was one of the main transportation methods


Clear water at the Village of Aliki


Is that a cricket? Very noisy little creature


Ms. Lee at the number one tourist attraction of Paros Island, the Port of Naoussa


More octopi being dried on a fishing boat


Ms. Lee tried on a new hat for fun


Ms. Lee rode an ATV


Ms. Lee does not know how to swim in the ocean


Two musicians came to serenade by the lunch tables with their violin and accordion


Ms. Lee enjoyed the Aegean Sea breezes on the west side of Paros Island


Ms. Lee had fun singing on top of a marble table


An exquisite sunset from the west side of the Paros Island


Ms. Lee traveled through a narrow path in the Village of Prodromos


A view of the Greek Orthodox Church from the top of the Village of Lefkes, with winding Byzantine path, built in the 7th Century, in the background


Another narrow walkway between two buildings in the Village of Lefkes


The front entrance to the Greek Orthodox Church


Ms. Lee took a ferry to the near island, Antiparos


The bright and colorful pottery on display


The Frankish Castle stood in the Village of Parikia, built in the 1200s by Venetian Sanoudos


The Panayia Ekatondapiliani Cathedral, in the Village of Parikia


The entrance of the Panayia Ekatondapiliani Cathedral


The courtyard of the Panayia Ekatondapiliani Cathedral


The beautiful stone work of the ceiling of the Panayia Ekatondapiliani Cathedral hallway


The double-headed eagle is a symbol in heraldry and vexillology. It is most commonly associated with the Byzantine Empire


This five feet tall chamber was the resting place for the church keeper


The side yard of the Panayia Ekatondapiliani Cathedral


Ms. Lee found a Lego mand on the street of Parikia


A squid salad is common for lunch, fried or grilled, of course


The Port of Mykonos Island, Greece


Another view of Mykonos Island


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