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As George celebrated his birthday, he welcomed seven favorite C2C regulars throughout the night.
The economy of this area is based upon agriculture, the nature tourism from visitors who come to see the many birds who stop in the marshes on their way to and from northern Europe, and from the sardines and other fish and seafood that comes from the rich and beautiful bay, not to mention the thousands and thousands of olive trees on the hills which surround it.
The town of Kaloni sits in a lush and enormous valley that borders the bay of Kaloni.
This valley is home to many different species ofand in springtime the hotels are full of bird watchers from all over the world. More like an inland sea then a bay, it is ringed by mountains on two sides and the fertile valley on another opposite a small channel that leads to the sea.
It is full of sardines which Lesvos and the town of Kaloni in particular are famous for.
For over 20 years, Hoagland has been leading an outside scientific team in a critically acclaimed independent analysis of possible intelligently-designed artifacts on Mars.Whether this is true I leave others to debate but I will testify that Sardines from Kaloni are delicious, grilled, fried or eaten as Even in the main market in Athens you can hear the fish merchants calling out proudly that their sardines come from Kaloni and in the summer trucks travel all over the island selling the magical miracle sardines.The town of Skala Kaloni is both the port, beach and tourist center of Kaloni.Richard and his team's investigations have been quietly extended to include over 30 years of previously hidden data from NASA, Soviet, and Pentagon missions to the Moon.Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 5/25/01 when NASA released a new picture of the Face on Mars. Hoagland joined the show to discuss the new image and another NASA cover-up.