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We drove back into the last village that we passed through to fill with water. There was a small harbour and pleasant sea front. We then drove around the last part of the road around the island. We bought our tickets for the journey back to the main land, we had half an hour to wait. It sailed on time and twenty minutes or so we were back on dry land. We set off in the direction of Thessolonki, we plan to drive along 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 ...
... how deep the water was and I wasn't volunteering to wade it find out, as we were on our own we decided to reverse out and retrace our steps. Back at the main road we drove into Keramoti to catch a ferry to Thassos, one of Greece's greenest and gentle islands. It has sandy beaches hidden in rocky coves and pine clad mountains. As we approached the ferry an official waved us to hurry, the ferry is about to go. We quickly bought the ticket and with 2 minutes to spare we drove on. ...
... and then couldn't remember how to say 'I don't understand I'm English' so he had to look in the phrase book! The man was very patient and waited.
All along the street there was hot water gushing out if pipes into the gully running down the edge if the road, the water is lovely and hot, I can just hold my hand under it without it burning.
The bath is a stone affair, maybe 20ft square with steps leading into it, the water gushes out if an overhead pipe. It ...
Caught a bus for the two hour trip up the coast to Kavala in the Macedonia region of Greece.
Very pretty wooded hillsides with houses and olive groves and a lot of grape vines that were covered to protect them.
Sitting opposite us on the bus were two very elderly Greek ladies dressed in black. They were chatting away in Greek for the whole trip and each one had on her lap a cake box from ...
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