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... filled with people, most locals eat around two o'clock. It was around 4.00 when we got back, Les had a snooze, lunch time drinking! Whilst I read my book. As it went dark we walked Logan, it was so nice and mild we walked back into town, it's the first time we have been out in the evening in ages, we are often parked outside towns and villages, about an hour later we arrived back and made a sandwich for a late tea before sorting out ...
... one if those that you never tire of looking at. Life is very easy here, we don't have to think about anything, where to stay, have we enough power in the batteries, where to get water from, on the other hand everywhere you drive to to visit you have to do a return journey.
Tomorrow we're back on the road, so we packed some things up ready to load back into Dream ...
... is open and you can walk down into it. It was in perfect condition, the walls made of large blocks and the ceiling was pitched, made from the same large blocks, a bit like a Lego roof. It felt a bit eerie being in a tomb from 14th to 13th C. BC. Continuing up the mountain we passed through villages clinging to the hillsides, where goats and sheep were grazing at the side of the ...
... the sunshine, everywhere seems very quiet, occasionally a local donkey eeyores and we can hear the geese on the lake.
We face timed Jemima and Lucy and then cooked Dinner, washed down with the wine bought at the winery after our tour.
In the evening we watched Pretty Woman, my favourite film.
We thought today would feel very strange, but actually we have enjoyed ...
... My family puts coins in cheese pies as well. Afterwards, young people mainly go out to bars and clubs and have fun.
On the 1st OF JANUARY, families meet again for lunch. Saint Basil celebrates on this day too.
There are two more feasts after this. The Epiphany / Theophany on the 6th Jan (when we celebrate the vaptism of Jesus)and the celebration of Saint John on the 7th Jan. This is the last day of the children’s Christmas holiday.