Amalthia Beach Resort
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... pleasant. we cooked tea before boarding the ferry, this ferry is older than the one we arrived on and our cabin, an inside one isn't as comfortable, I find it a little claustrophobic and although we turned the ventilation up the temperature wouldn't drop below 27 degrees, may be were sleeping over the engine room where the men are stoking the fires!! The ferry set sail on time and we went to bed in our hard beds, as it's an early start, we dock in Piraeus at 6.00 ...
... surrounded by three sandy coves and a lot of sports centres, tennis, beach volleyball, five a side football etc. we thought about staying there, but the toilets were closed up and we need to empty ours! We set off for the next campsite, about twenty five kilometres away, before we got there the National Road was closed, we took the detour and then some narrow roads around the olive groves ...
... they lived. Many of the buildings were 3 stories high and all built around a central square. The ruins were unearthed in 1900 by Sir Arthur Evans, he was so enthralled with his discovery that he spent 35 years and £250,000 of his own money excavating and reconstructing it. The reconstruction although made of concrete and painted helped to give an overall feel for the grandure of the place. The frescos had been ...
... closed. We drove the length of the waterfront to the harbour and then turned around to drive back. The river which runs into the sea here is still in flood, there is a ford over it to get to the end of the village, there is also some walks signposted but we are not going to risk crossing it.
We drove back out of the village for a couple of miles and found a place to park up, as we arrived so did a herd of goats, they stood looking ...
... and dog to spend the winter. He originates from Hamburg and owns a house in Russia near St. Petersburg. He's very friendly, he asked if we liked to fish, we told him 'no' and we asked if he did, he joked that his white beard was made of fish bones.
After lunch the rain had stopped so we put on our walking boots, our walking shoes are still wet from yesterday, and we walked into town. We crossed a bridge where the river from the mountains runs into the sea. it ...