The Bathers

Written by Rosy

Bathers at Asnieres, 1884, by George Seurat (1859-1891)

Dylan Perring, our young and talented guest is an eleven year old boy who's school was entered into a competition set by the National Gallery, London, in which pupils were given the challenge to re create the well known painting titled "Bathers at Asnieres, 1884" by George Seurat (1859-1891). The medium was up to the individual, some students used paints, collages, printing and photography. All students submitted their pieces and Dylan's was judged to be the winner. Dylan's picture was briefly hung in the portrait gallery alongside the other fortune few.

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Pepper Mushroom Pie

Written by Rosy

Angistri (or Agistri) Island is dwarfed by its fellow Saronic Islands, yet it's possible to visit bustling Athens and return there the same day by high-speed ferry. Here we found a romantic hideaway, Rosy's Little Village, built in the traditional Greek style - and where would romance be without romantic dinners? Make this pie for the one you love. He or she is guaranteed to know how you feel.

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The lively neighbour island Aegina

Written by Rosy

The  lively neighbour island Aegina is reached in 10 minutes by our local owned boat "The Agistri Express".
Greek ambience, shopping Paradise, and cultural highlights will capture you.

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Saronic islands

Written by Rosy

Islands: Aegina, Angistri, Hydra, Poros, Spetses
Cuisine: Seafood, pine nuts, pistachios, almonds, peppers
Noteworthy Beverage: Ouzo, wine
Cultural influences: Turkish, Italian
Famous Historical Figures: Laskarina Bouboulina, the world's only female admiral and hero of the Greek revolution
Notable Feature: No cars allowed on the islands of Hydra and Spetses

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