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... It was pitiful but they made up for it with terminals connected to the Internet. After my private tour of the local points of pride and a briefing on the economic crises and its effect on the local population, I returned to my cousin’s café for dinner.
I depart in the morning back to Thessaloniki by bus (12 Euros) where I’ll stay at the Tourist Hotel for one evening and leave for Athens in the morning by plane.
... unison, they could fix it. I have to blow into squeezed fists to warm my hands so I can fumble through my suitcase to locate those vestments and books needed to conduct services. Success! I’m packed and I begin my walk up to St. Demetrios. It’s quiet, very quiet - the silence is deafening.
Entering into the Narthex, I light a small bee-wax candle and gather my thoughts. A member of the parish counsel greets me and points to the photo of my ...
After leaving Loannine the road sure enough was rather boring through towns and villages of nothing more than the usual shops we get in UK etc. However at one town I was going along a road when I noticed two old fighter jets standing dumped in a field and so I just had to turn and go and photo these two old jets.
Onwards I head and the road got more and more quiet and was rather boring until I came around this curve and through a large cutting and realised ...
... of the people that lived while they were leaving and told us to go knock on the door. They invited us in with open arms like we were like family. What I soon found out was they basically were! We sat around talking having some delicious snacks and learning about the house. We took some pictures and then we were on our way. We did see a chestnut tree that looked ready so we grabbed some off the tree and took them home. (They weren't very good). We found a ...
... breakfast, friendly owner). There are a couple of restaurants in the village. We had a nice meal (I recommend the famous local giant beans) with beer for €15 and they tried to give us free dessert. We were lucky to find the small church open; it is about a thousand years old and the interior is completely covered in paintings. The tourist office in the village is very helpful.
In Lake Prespa Minor, Agios Achillos Island is accessible only by boat or ...