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... As the owner of the restaurant is a biker he was extremely interested in my adventures and by the end of lunch I think he had planned his adventure to Scotland.
One thing I tried from the menu in this restaurant was "Greek Coffee". I have no idea how they make it but they ask you how many sugars first and add the sugar during the making. It sure was a delicious cup of coffee and hopefully I will have more before I cross the border.
On leaving Arta there is ...
... were on board it was pretty nice. We put our things in our snug little cabins before sitting down to a dinner of a huge plate of pasta. After dinner everyone seemed to be hanging out in the reception/bar/lounge area and watching as we left the port. I hung out for a bit, but since we had to get up at 5:30 (4:30 Rome time) I opted to go to bed. I definitely got lost a few times trying to find the room, but eventually I made it past all the sleeping gypsies ...
... be the hallmark of monasteries, but it is good for business. All of the monasteries seem to have new stairs, new patios, and upgraded buildings. They charge only 3 Euros for entry, which tells you how many visitors must come each year.
The first site we visited was Agios Stephanos, which is a nunnery. This was less crowded than some of the others, and nuns seemed to run things. We were particularly enchanted with the super-friendly cats. The murals in the ...
... be mad it is taking me an entire day of travel to reach a place that would only be a three hour drive...OR I can have a good attitude and embrace the adventure of seeing the countryside and meeting people along the way. I usually choose the second :) . I met Greg and Kathy, a lovely couple from the Sunshine Coast in Oz. They are in their sixties and are world travellers. Every year they backpack for a few months and have amazing stories - from riding on train tops in Nepal ...
... hazy when we were there and the far hills disappeared quickly in it.
Apparently the tops of rocks were thought to be appropriate places for contemplation and worship and a refuge from warring and sieges below. Six monasteries remain, two are active, but it is claimed that there used to be 23. I'm unclear on when this all happened. One was founded in 1389 and I think that is the ballpark figure for the others. I confess that I was principally interested ...