The Isle of Aegina

By Abby Eastman 

Angina was the third island we visited. When we got to the dock, the water was very choppy and the ramp to get off the boat was rocking and the water was spraying over the dock. It was clear that this island was bigger than the two before and a little more touristy. 

We walked around through the streets for a little bit, before walking in to an church. After, we walked through a fish market and a group of us sat down at a local fish market, where we ordered grilled octopus and calamari. Mr. McDonough stepped out of his comfort zone and ate a piece of the octopus. We sat around and talked at the restaurant before going to buy pistachios, which the island is famous for, and then getting back on the boat. 

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