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How do you describe a
different country? It's completely new. Not a new state. Not a new place to
eat. It is completely new and incomparable, but I will do my best!
Now I know that this is a very short entry. Unfortunately just after my arrival I became quite sick. I didn't have the energy to do anything after the long days of hiking to
post in my blog and it’s a great regret that I have. ...
... The good track soon disintegrated into more rutted mud. The fascinating thing is that these tracks actually have road signs on them with mileage to small settlements. Imagine driving these routes to get to the office! We soon arrived at one such settlement and in olive groves and small shelves of land hanging to the mountain side, there are caravans, presumably summer houses for people in the city, but how did they get them up here? A little further on as we were driving through some ...
... 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 ...
... the day.
Reaching downtown we noticed Volos to be more Greek and less international than any of the other Greek destinations visited, with few very words not using the Greek alphabet. Grabbing an ocean front cafe, we consumed another delicious Greek salad and a couple of Mythos (beer). We posted the travel blog, but their internet connection did not have enough bandwidth to publish it, so we will need to wait to Istanbul to publish.
... on Thessaly would have much more to do in it, and looked like it was just a 40 minute train ride away. We walked around town and finally found the train station, but everything was in Greek. The lady at the counter spoke a little English and told us we needed to take a bus instead, and pointed us in the direction of the bus station. We then made it to the bus station and had the same problem...EVERYTHING was in Greek. The guy at the counter here had a map ...