Ammon Zeus Hotel
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Started walking at 6am this morning with the moon on the other side of the mountain so stars light the sky. The valley was due east so an hour after we started dawn began to break right in front of us. Everything was blue then red then full autumn colour. Kiki talked about her philosophy @. We walked fast and reached ... Before 9. We waited for a local who rally drove us back to the station just in time for the Kiki's ...
... a trail of cloud would form a dome over my head from horizon to horizon. At one point I frissoned hares then ever. I also peed on top of Zuse's throne. Dispite my apprehension about the decent it was as easy as everyone said. Something about being on your bum made it feel much safer and the fear on the way up unwarranted. Onwards along smaller crumblier paths carved into slope. Glasses acted as blinders to the ...
... Muses Plateau and Refuge C. Arrived to coal smoking meats, tsipouro, greek and laughter. No beds left so I'd have to sleep outside in bag. Made friends and found Kiki, the girl form the train station. Was able to enjoy Greek conversation, food and the friendliest of company all night. Suddenly freezing. The full moon rose and we went to the edge of the plateau to watch it. I was falling asleep so Mike gave me a tent and mat even though others were more ...
A rough night on a bright, loud, cramped train but got off just before dawn. Thankfully worked out the connecting train. Got to Litohoro at dawn, met a greek climber who helped me get a lift with some soldiers in the back of an army truck! Got into town and realised that the hostel was in the other direction. Taxied back. Back to town for supermarket lunch. Now trying to get as much advice about the climb as possible. ...
... the 9th century, a group of hermit monks moved up to the ancient pinnacles and lived in caves and overhangs. Built on natural sandstone rock pillars, the monasteries followed beginning in the 13th century, some of which reach 1800 feet above the plain. This great height, combined with the sheerness of the cliff walls, kept away all but the most determined visitors. Initially the hermits led a ...
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- Free parking