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... The structure had two small houses built under two of it's arches,
We walked under the aqueduct up the steep cobbled, narrow lanes following the signs to the top of the hill and paid to enter the castle. The walls are in good condition as are a couple of buildings of which you can enter, the first one built in 1530 and was later converted into a prison, the roof was made of concrete type material with large ...
... inland to Maires a small village from where you can walk to a forest lake and waterfalls. The drive up was very picturesque, the road surrounded with ancient olive groves, the trunks of the trees are twisted and knarled, there are also rows of bee hives painted in bright colours. Once the tourists have left the island olives and bees must be the main source if income. Occasionally we see people harvesting the olives, ...
... 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. ...
... a few kilometres town a track that at times was very wet and muddy. The centre was all closed up and the gates locked. We parked a bit further along the track and walked for an hour or so until we got to a very muddy bit and then returned. We settled in for the evening. After we had eaten we heard very close to us a pack of jackals howling, it was very loud, surprisingly Logan didn't flinch or seem to notice, we heard them several times in the distance during the ...
... very funny. They were these two gorgeous sisters in their 80s who had moved to Berri in S.A. in 1958 and lived there and then moved to Adelaide when their children went to Uni. They were back in Greece visiting a cousin. We had a lovely chat to them and they were so happy that we were from Australia too!
I remembered some of the coastline from when I passed through nearly 40 years ago. We ...