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... of the Peloponnesian peninsula.
So much for the geography lessons!!
It is quite impressive, completed well before the Panama Canal, now starts the history lesson!
Our next stop is Ancient Corinth.
We pass the Acrocorinth on the way. It is a fortified structure on the highest point of the local area. It times of war, locals sought refuge. We learn that the word "Acropolis" is a general term for a high point, usually fortified.
The ruins are again quite ...
... over. Didn't disappoint - lightning and thunder as we (a bit nervously) climbed higher and higher into the mountains.
First town we went through - we had to squeeze througha a gap wth only a couple of cm's oneither side. As we climbed up the very windy, and sometimes narrow road we climbed up into very lush pine. Windy mountain road went on forever... but very pretty drive.
Got to a town called Kastanista, right at the head o ...
... It was quite interesting.
Anyway when we were done we headed off to catch a bus. We were told one wouldn’t come here after we got the oh you’re not with a tour group response so we had to walk somewhere. There was a bus soonish and then an end of the day one about 6pm. We walked to a little café and were told it came at (I can’t remember the time) time a slightly different time to the other person. We waited and saw a few buses ...
... got to watch him make it. It was great.
Though by this point very full, we still weren’t tired. We met up with another group of CYA kids when we left the loukoumades shop and they were just finishing their gelato from next door. We all left the area together, going in the same direction and not being sure of what we were going to do.
Eventually a few groups naturally formed, simply ...
... fun and fooling around. It feels rougher and bigger; not as quaint and romantic as I remember. Cars are banned in old town where we are staying so we need to work out how to find our hotel on the hill, see if we can park close by and get our orientation. We need a map. The illuminated map on the port square lists a tourist office a few blocks away. We head there but seem to have got lost. We ask two firemen who seem to argue about where to send ...