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... now was narrow and in places had hand rails to stop you falling over the steep drops. We passed an area where there were a lot of loose stones and many stone balancing towers, it almost looked like a modern monument or memorial site. The path now was zigzagging down very steeply sometimes steps inter dispersed with cobbles. The river was pounding around great rocks making waterfalls as it split finding different courses down the gorge. We stopped in a ...
... offspring Eros. There are only 3000 residents many of which are very wealthy. The whitewashed medieval town offers some of the most spectacular views in Greece and as you walk around through the arched alleys it takes you to a small village not invaded by visitors. I especially enjoyed the small beach by our boat with its quaint waterfront ...
Accom in Neapoli was from Air BnB. Nice to finally have some room and a washing machine. The house is about 10 mins drive out of town down dirt tracks. Open a massive sliding wire gate an drive into a property overgrown with wild flowers/weeds, olive trees and the occasional orange and lemon tree. There is a dog living here a big puppy Bruno. He is lovely, playful seems to have a good life chancing the cooks and watching ...
Kythira is located between the Ionian and Aegean Seas. It is the island of the goddess Urania Aphrodite and the god Eros. Tourism is quite undeveloped here and it is a pretty, sleepy town located behind the old fort. There are only a few houses and shops at the port, most of the town is located up on top of a mountain behind the Venetian fort of Chora. The reason the town is up there is due to pirates who attacked the area in the 14th ad 15th Centuries. The most famous being ...
Last night we left Naples and headed toward Santorini. We passed the Messina Straits which separate the Island of Sicily to the west and the Italian mainland on the east. Once through the straights we entered the Ionian Sea. Clearing the land the ship set its course south-easterly across the Ionic Sea toward Greece. Today was spent just relaxing before we begin the next 10 days of nonstop tours and visits through the Greek Isles. We ...
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