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After our hotel's breakfast, we hiked up to the palace. Of course, it was many step to get there, but we did it. The view of the surrounding areas of Mystras and Sparta was beautiful. On our way to the palace, we saw nuns out sweeping and sprucing up before mass. It's amazing to think that there is still an active order of nuns going about their daily life in the middle of these medieval ruins.
... the other side of the island. What started as flat, soon became a challenging uphill battle. I was happy to take numerous breaks and enjoy the views of the water. The locals were in the hills gathering wild greens and purple anemones poked through the dry ground and turned their faces up to greet the sun. On our way back into town we saw the same woman from the day before and thanked her for urging to go see the sunset.
That evening we went to a ...
... of Idra it was calm and very hot.
We decided to carry on across the Gulf of Idra and settled in for the night on the Pelopponese Coast
We are finally out of the meltemi!
We also seem to have sailed back into civilization, a lot more boats around. Also a lot of fast ferries as we are now not far from Athens.
... br> Got another load of laundry finished and it was time to look for chow, we started down the hill, actually steps and came to where two large cover wells are on the mountain side. And a Greek gentleman was preparing to fill water buckets from the wells. (cisterns). Earlier we had looked into the cisterns and the water level was like way down there. So we watched for a bit and I saw that the man was having a bit of challenge filling the containers so ...
... of the hill below the Hotel, and the trip to Epidavros took about 45 minutes. She was a replacement Guide, as the one that had originally been booked had a family medical emergency. We toured main site first and then after a bathroom break toured the Museum and large Amphitheater. Dina provided a demonstration of acoustics in the theatre, but had to tear a strip off group of school kids that were making too much noise and interrupting her presentation. I'm ...