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comfortable, clean, great view
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... line and, except for the four hotels, the
houses are without any style and unmaintained. The tourists were walking further
and further hoping to find something interesting or nice. There was nothing.
After walking for about an hour in the 34 degree heat, I
went back to the tenderd and rode back to the ship.
... just a metre high.
On the way south we came across the tortoise shown crossing the road in the middle of nowhere, and helped it to the side.
Apart from the many excellent restaurants in Stoupa we frequented, we also returned to Agios Nikolaos village just down the coast from Stoupa, a beautiful little harbour with many traditional med fishing boats and nice restaurants, and if you look carefully, you ...
... up challenges mostly unheard of on package holidays and cruises.
The Greek financial crisis had us on a knife edge of cancelling or not for many weeks, with a tour of Ireland penciled in as a backup, but it all came right at the last minute, and we are pleased to report that life here is completely unaffected by what's going on in Brussels or Athens.
The Peloponnese peninsular is the southern-most part of mainland ...
... just missing one thing.... Half the artifacts! These are being held hostage in the British museum and are unlikely to be returned. We tore ourselves from Athens to head into the Peloponnese and very cute family campsite in Kortinthos.
After a very hilly run we started our ruin-a-thon at the Temple of Apollo. Just nearby the campsite sat a 5th century city, complete with roads, plumbing and cheeky Greek bathhouses. From here we went further back in time to Mycenae, ...
... called Kranai.
It is said that Paris and Helen left for
Troy after he abducted her from King Menelaous in nearby Sparta from here.
I want to get as far as the lighthouse thinking
that it is an amazing spot for photos. On my way I come to a beautiful Tower
house called “Tzanetakis Tower” a structure from the Ottoman rule. It now
houses the Ethnological Museum but for years ...