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... In the main square there are some tavernas which the aforementioned priest is nipping in for a quick drink of coffee. At a junction of tracks we stopped to decide which route to take, an old man on his balcony pointed and in Greek told us to go right, we would have chosen left but we did as we are told and go right.
We walked back to Dream Catcher and had coffee whilst deciding wether to take the valley road, as the cloud had cleared, or drive over the mountains to reach ...
... br> Well after popping to see him he gave us an offer we couldn't refuse, to go with this our friend Helen recommended her friend who was looking for a short term rental. So the universe worked in our favour and we rented out our house which helped offset the trip.
We have had a smooth journey so far albeit a long one, we drove to the train station, then got 3 trains and a tube to Gatwick airport. Then a plane this morning and a bus to the main ...
“Happy is the man, I thought, who, before dying, has the good fortune to sail the Aegean sea.”
Nikos Kazantzakis, Zorba the Greek
Volos is a coastal port city in Thessaly situated midway on the Greek mainland, about 203 miles north of Athens and 134 miles south of Thessaloniki. It is the capital of the Magnesia regional unit. Volos is the only outlet to the sea from Thessaly, the ...
... Greek) but showed us what bus we needed. We bought tickets and sat outside to wait for us bus. As we sat waiting, we realized maybe we shouldn't take the bus since no one seemed to speak English and we weren't sure how to get back. So we decided to just explore Volos, and less then an hour later we had seen the whole city.
Volos is is a very small city. We walked along the water where they had rows of restaurants/café, which was pretty much the ...
... We climbed quite steeply up a windy road with hairpin bends, to our first stop, the village of Makrinitsa 4700 feet above sea level on the side of Mt Pelion. In the village square is a plane tree which dominates the Taverna (Tabepna Greek spelling) and is around 500 years old.We sat and had coffee and local cake which was complementary, then a walk around the village and viewed a nice little church which would hold about 20 people. On the walk back I bought a walking stick for ...