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... br> We decide that a quicker route on map may well be a tertiary and therefore difficult road and decide to take the longer route to our camp near the beach.
To be fair, the camp did not look great on arrival. We decided to stay rather than look elsewhere as I think that both of us had had enough driving and frustration for that day. As we looked for a pitch we were greeted by ...
... the occupants were probably out hunting with their dogs, we also passed another pickup with a large Christmas tree strapped to the back if it, a lovely tree for the centre of a village we presume. At the top of this hill we have lunch, the cloud is occasionally breaking up enough to just see the snow on Mt Olympus in the distance, behind us is Mt. Asso, towering above the surrounding hills. We're off again, still climbing, sometimes on good track sometimes in deep rutted mud ...
After the crazy first day, I had a more relaxed second day. After a nice sleep it was up and a delightful wee breakfast at the hostel. After that it was time to leave the Little Big House, which was a lovely hostel and I look forward to returning on my last night before I head home. I headed to the station and got the train to Larisa. I added here for a more relaxing day and to break up my travel to Athens. Arriving at Larisa during midday to find it was hot ...
... They lease the
yachts here from a Greek Steptoe like character who just wanted to
potter around in his boat yard and collect bits of string.
Cosmetically he had got his boats looking very nice, mechanically
they were in a state. My first week was spent checking the inventory
of each yacht with the hostess and then finding all the mechanical
problems and snags. So much time was wasted by this guy whilst he
went backwards and forwards to town to buy coffee mugs ...
... lane/winding road we came across wild dogs and wild horses with their calves! We eventually ended up in a tiny town called 'gonni'. The boys were adamant we were in fact not lost, after we all saw a sign saying 'gonni' haha! Brilliant day, finished up with a lovely evening of scoffing lots of very missed cadburys sweets and chocs with a British cuppa! After a lovely rest up we all set off on another exploring day. We found a beautiful town hidden very quaintly on another ...