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Brutus wasn’t the only one to have fun.
Grzegorsz and Dave ordered and played with chains for the van, flew and crashed the radio control helicopter whilst Joan had a couple of sessions on the tennis court. Mobility needs to be worked on although fitness is not a real problem. I guess this is an age thing! Some things are better not photographed!
The days flew by ...
What a day. We found all the wee windy back roads. Very very narrow and all lined with large trees planted along the side. Heidi took us a most interesting route through tiny villages, forests and across rural north east Poland on roads so patched there is probably none of the original road left. A most interesting if slow trip. We stopped at Elblag which has been completely rebuilt but lacks the ...
On Monday, we change our plans having spoken to well-travelled Peter the Austrian, and follow his recommendations to Toroni, one of three 'fingers' 50 miles south-east of Thessaloniki. We can park on the beach here, for free, and enjoy plenty of sun and sea in the evening and the next day before we move on.
On the 14th, we have a very long drive – we leave at lunch time and keep going until dark to cross the border into Bulgaria. We have been ...
... are really very extensive. In fact other people before us appreciated these dunes – Erwin Rommel thought it was an ideal place to practice his tactics and try out his weaponry and troops before setting off for N Africa. Happily, there is no sign today of his activities and we could enjoy the peace and tranquillity. We stopped in the dunes for lunch and a sunbathe and later, walked down to the beach (vast) and had our first immersion (our feet ...
... kindly allowed me to unplug his Ethernet connection and hey presto, Mr Angry became nice to know again! And you, dear readers, got the benefit of the last few days blog – so all was well with the world.
Having calmed down and had lunch, we set off to explore the town, about a mile away. It didn’t take long. The restaurant that we had been told was OK looked like a burger joint so ...