When I first came to Paros I read that eating sea urchins was a delicacy. Only the reddish brown ones were eatable though not the black ones. Over the years I have seen a zillion black ones and only one or two brown ones. Today on the uncovered rocks there were a great many small brown ones. Does than mean a gourmet dish on my horizon? I am not sure.
In other words, its an acquired taste.
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- At March 16, 2007 7:56 PM Pamela said...
- At March 16, 2007 8:14 PM Nick said...
Do you have any pictures of Parikia bay with low water levels - would be interesting to see...thanks for the updates...
- At March 17, 2007 10:34 AM Paros Shepherd said...
Pamela, I enjoyed your post.
Nick, in high winds I don't venture very far on my moped. Also Parikia harbour is sheltered from North winds so there wouldn't be as much effect.
- At March 18, 2007 3:42 AM Omni said...
What lovely colors those shells have!! :-)