Agroktima Boukouvala Apartments
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After our typical Greek breakfast of yogurt and honey, feta cheese with tomatoes and olives and bread, we did some hiking. We wanted to climb to the top of the rock to see the old fortress. The winding trail took up straight up with a tiny church halfway up. Wildflowers covered the rocky paths as we climbed. The higher we went the more dramatic the view of the lower town and the sea. After our fill ...
We slept a little later then headed to Monemvasia via the Mani Peninsula. The views along the Mani were spectacular with several stone villages set on hills with the sea sweeping dramatically below. Several ancient churches had splendid murals, which are still visible. We stopped long enough to hike up the side of a hill, but when the going got too steep, we decided to play it safe and retreat. We stopped in ...
... sup>th century fortified town. With Laura as my tour guide and her Greek classical knowledge she filled me in on who killed who, in the shape of what animal, ate what magical fruit and was boiled in what bathtub. The gate into and out of the city is worth the trip in itself. Being able to walk through a gate 3500 years old! Mind-blowing. From here we had to understandably go forward in time, and we did, to the 13th century in Napfoli. Not originally on our itinerary ...
Breakfast by the harbour then drive north up the east coast, heading for campsite at Gythion. Stop in mountain village of Lagia for coffee and meet a german couple on their bikes, one of which is a recumbent bike! We buy them a cup of coffee while a rain storm passes. They are on a year's sabbatical from their teaching jobs. Started last September, cycled from home via Italy to Crete. Went home for the winter, then flew back to Crete to continue ...
... been kept locked. I am
disappointed honestly but at least its garden is in full bloom of colorful
roses and there is a pipe of water left running in the garden…who knows for how
long. There is nobody around to supervise all this time that we are here.
Anyway, I walk up to the lighthouse
thinking that I will find it open and climb up the stairs. The way is pleasant
because the area is ...