Hotel Villa Anais
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... it's more interesting than the motorway. Our first port of call, excuse the pun! Was palm fronted Kavala, it has a hill top castle, an aqueduct dated 1530 and a colourful Panagia old quarter.
The aqueduct is very impressive built in a curve with large arches supporting smaller arches which in turn supports the water channel. The water comes from springs 6.5 kilometres away and was stored in the cistern in the ...
We didn't want to rush off from our paradise beach, so we enjoyed the lovely location until after lunch, we filled the time blogging, sorting photographs and backing them up on the hard drive. Before we left we were invaded by a car. The man started to prepare to go snorkelling, he was either going fishing with a large harpoon gun or there is some large scary creatures down there! We toured further around the island and ...
... t any where near full. We sat in Dream Catcher for the journey, it's only 10 kilometres from the main land. When we disembarked we chose to head east around the coastal road, our guide book described it as less touristy and more dramatic. We soon realised it was a mistake as a lot of the coves were not in the sunshine because the sun is low in the sky and were on the side of a mountain. We stopped to look at some Ancient Greek ruins and also an old fishing village which ...
On our final day, I walked to the west end of Kavala by the Lucy Hotel, which appears to be a beach resort. I roamed around the rest of the city and met with Kinda after she finished her presentation for the conference. Kinda was happy although she felt she could have done better. She met many experts on Islamic gardens at ...
Kavala is a small seaside town and port. We took a small tourist train that climbed the mountain of the old city. It was mainly full of old people who lived there and struggled with climbing. The old city is perched on a mountain along the coast with a castle on the top. We saw the palace of Mohamet Ali who was born in Kavala and led Egypt in a rebellion against the Ottomans in the 19th century. He ruled Egypt for ...