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... We set off again making our way towards Athens, the drive across the mountains was lovely, very picturesque, with sharp limestone peaks jutting out of green mountain pastures, as we started to drop down towards the sea the views were so good, mountain as far as we could see to one side and small islands dotted in the water to the other side, we decided to park up on a small track to spend the night and enjoy the vista until it went ...
The ancient ruins at Delphi are famous for their view of the mountainous landscape and made out of fedeiadis rock. The famous Oracle of Delphi is from here and Delphi is also well known for its Temple of Apollo, where the oracle Pythia would share prophecies from the gods. As we walked along the Sacred Way, we saw ruins of ancient stores where early Christians had converted them into chapels and the ancient ...
After leaving the campsite just after midday we drove north through the country side, still amazed by the levels of rubbish. There seems to be a huge contrast between the rich and the poor. We would find ourselves driving through beautiful towns with the streets lined with small local shops, then not even ten minutes later the next village would be full of abandoned buildings stripped to the bare concrete and locals living ...
... and above the prepaid $3,000 rail pass.
In 60 days we visited 36 cities in 17 countries. We stayed in some places a few hours, but averaged 1-2 nights. We caught 58 trains including 4 overnight trains, most of which we ran to but never missed and occasionally very nearly forgot to get off. Although I cursed the Eurail pass daily, in the 59 days, we managed to cover 10,942km in 159 hours spent on trains!
Day 60 is tomorrow, we are using the last day to get to ...
... the messages would often make their own interpretations to achieve political outcomes.
Hmmm, now why does that ring some kind of bell.
Anyway, Delphi is a great site to visit though a fair way from Athens. Our hotel was, overall, fine and the town itself has some nice little shops in which to spend your Euros.
Tonight, we've arrived in Kalamata at the bottomg of the mountains where the Monasteries await our visit tomorrow.