|t-shirt outside a grocery store|
Folegandros with less than 700 inhabitants, sits on the southern edge of the cycladics a rocky ridge, about 12km in length and just under 4km at its widest point. The capital is the concealed, cliff-top Hora (chora), one of the most appealing villages - as acknowledged by fellow traveler and long-time resident of Kalymnos - in the Cyclades. The main street flanked by traditional houses, winds happily from leafy square to leafy square. It is a delight to spend an afternoon just wandering around this lovely place.
|leafy square in hora|
|view from the room|
|north of hora|
On the north side, Hora stands on the edge of the formidable cliff.
Part II of this post to be published in March. It will feature more tales and photos of this lovely island.