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... at 8:00. It was a good spread with cereals including the yummy cluster muesli with chocolate we had in the Netherlands, boiled eggs, toast, mortadella, cheese singles and fruit. Breakfast is included in our room rate which is nice and convenient. The coffee was very good filter so I enjoyed two mugs - yeah more stairs today! When we got back to the room we saw Lili had tried to SKYPE so we called back and had a quick catch up - its neat to be able to ...
... and quickly headed out to find dinner as it was 0830 by this time. We had an easy climb up to a recommended taverna which had great service but had run out of a lot meal choices. We ended up just having a tsastiki dip for our bread, a vegetable bake of eggplant, potato, courgette, onion, capsicum in a tomato and olive oil sauce, and meat balls with tomato and rice. It was simple and small portions but tasty. I ordered local wine glass ...
... and a pistol. We admired the
statue and the view, and Lazarus produced fruit cake for everybody. We also saw
Greek tortoises, one of which we rescued as it was on its back, and a snake which was lying by the side of
the track in the sun, but after a few of us had crowded round it had had
enough, and wriggled away into the undergrowth.
We came out onto the road along the ridge
... started walking in the wrong direction and after an extra 2km of walking with all my luggage, I arrived at my hotel around 3pm. Kalambaka and Kastraki are famous for their many monastries situated on the mountain tops and after an hour of jogging up the winding path, I found one. The monastries were spreaded all over so I did a lot of walking. Finally I reached the biggest, Meteora and then started my descent. I could see why monks ...
So this morning we drive further up the mountain of Kalambaka to the monasteries.
On this mountain there are seven different types of monasteries, we only visited two of them. They were the monastery of Valaarm and the Agia Triada monastery.
At the time none of us knew this, but the monastery of Valaarm was setting us up for the journey and hike we would take to reach Agia Triada. When we arrived to the top of Valaarm we had to ...