Weekly Weather – “hot”

HOT is the topic for the current Weekly Weather Challenge.

As it is rather grey and cold in England at the moment, I thought this would be a good chance to indulge myself with some photos from our summer on the boat in Greece, when it was HOT HOT HOT……

The first photo was taken when we anchored off the island of Skorpios in the Ionian Sea.  Once owned by the Onassis family, it is a great place to stop for a swim when it is very HOT, as the water is warm and clear.

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Another very HOT day on the island of Paxos……

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I remember when I took the next photo – it was so HOT, we sat in the shade of a taverna in  Mitikas and looked at the beautiful views over to the island of Kalamos.

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Another lovely place, but very HOT, is the pretty harbour at Loggos…..

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When it’s  so HOT, it’s lovely to anchor and have a swim.  The above photo was taken on a HOT day in Lakka.

The next photo was taken on the island of Kithnos.  Do you know why lots of greek buildings are blue and white?

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Finally, when the sun goes down, it is still very HOT in Greece!

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8 thoughts on “Weekly Weather – “hot”

  1. oh thanks for this taste of Greece – hot Greece shots… and I did not know that a lot of buildings there were blue and white – but that makes sense because I see so many with that quintessential blue rounded rooftop.

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  2. I don’t mind it’s so hot down there. I go to Greece every year, each time to a different island and I don’t think I can ever get tired of it because it has so much to offer.
    Speaking of HOT, in case you haven’t been to the hottest island in Greece, make sure you do next time you head for Greece. It’s very close to Rhodes and it’s called Symi.

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