Dear Caz! Your kind words have reminded me of the many beautiful experiences I received from Greece and the Greek people, σας ευχαριστώ from Budapest-Hungary11.29. 19:25
Good evening Caz! I adore Greece! I'm lucky, because I've been here many times in your beautiful home. True, I'm not far, only 1500 km from Athens. I traveled from Iraklion to Meteoras (3x), from Kavala to Kalamata, I was at Mount Olympus and in Olimpia, at Patras, when it was not yet the Rio-Antirio Bridge, just a ferry, at Korinthosz-channel, designed by a Hungarian engineer and in the Athens Olympics.
Kalymera Caz!How nice what you write, Thanks for transmitting very warm and welcoming words.I always come to Greece webcams especially this one.I think it's a dream place, I love its windmills and I went down with Google Earth, and I saw the site that hosts the webcam, thank you very much for that too.You live in a beautiful country and its people are very kind, although I have never been there but a sister of mine if she was in Athens and Egyna Island, and she was amazed to return, she told me.Greetings from Chile and have a nice day.
- Sam is right, we are all thankful to Nice n Easy for this amazing view. I loved your description. It shows that you are a person that appreciates the small things in life. I'm glad that people like you are still around, spreading a positive message about our world.- Sharron, I'm happy that you enjoyed your vacation here. Hopefully one day, I can take my future family to S. Africa and share the same feelings with you when you visited us. - I hope one day I'll get to see enough of the world to be satisfied with myself. I want to witness true beauty, feel the nature talk to me through the air, trees and water around me. Be in front of something majestic, you know? I wish all of you have felt that at some point in your life. If not, I'm crossing my fingers that you will. I'll take my leave after this captivating sunrise. Much love, Fotis.
Good morning Caz - and proud you should be. We spent three glorious weeks in Athens, Mykonos, Paros, Naxos and Santorini a few year ago - it was the best holiday we have ever had. Love to you too from South Africa x
29nov17-- Cas , I enjoy viewing this Mykonos, view over the Windmills along with all the other 'live cam' locations in your beautiful country. This morning, as it was getting light, everything was tinted light blue except for two of the mills which were illuminated with white lights, a special sight. Thank you to our host, Nice and Easy, for sponsoring this charming 'live cam' view.
Good morning people. I must say I feel proud as a greek to have all of you join this and many other skyline webcams to watch our islands. I'd be more than happy to welcome you anytime in our capital, Athens to visit. Hope you'll all have a great day and a happy life all together. Stay strong and keep smiling. Much love,Fotis.
Audrey, Thanks for the info, it's interesting, there's always something to learn.have a nice day.
Hi Patti, the windmills were built by the Venetians in the 16th century and continued up to the 20th century as far as I know.
those mills in which year were they built?
Hi Audrey, no, I've never been to Greece, I live too far, but well now there are more possibilities, and I hope one day to visit that beautiful country and its islands, I draw so much attention a good place and cats and their people, very picturesque.
Hi Patti, yes I've been to several Greek Islands over the years, friendly people,happy memories, love narrow white painted streets where at each turn there is usually a cat sitting and people having coffee while chatting.Have you also visited the Greek islands?
Audrey Mason, have you been there?I think just like you, Greek islands sound so good and especially their white houses their culture, music, their dance, everything.magic places, right?
Love the Greek islands, happy, happy memories, can't wait to visit one again and Mykonos is on my 'to do' list.