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... Uwe waiting for us at Patras port in Greece was something we had both been looking forward to and talking about for many years leading up to this trip. We are here. Within moments of being picked up from the ferry we were off to a secret location for the night. Our first night was in the fanciest hotel we have stayed in in the last 165 days. This backpacker will never take a private bathroom and bedroom for granted but we had a king size room with lounge area and balcony ...
... the local business's are closed, both of those still open, all are willing to reduce their prices before the tourists totally disappear ( read shopping and jewelry here!). Unfortunately we didn't get to see much of the local environs - by the time we had finished lunch and wandered the main street it was time to board the boat to our second destination, the island ...
... on the other and in the distance. Kathie said "I think we should stay here and not move for a week or so," I agreed this village looked like a good place to spend some time. As we walked past the shops and restaurants that lined the central town we discussed the items that we would need to buy for the boat.
Jonathon that morning had very kindly asked us if we wanted to plug into his shore power circuit. The season had still not started so ...
... looks very arid like a desert. It is very mountainous and rocky with a few shrubs clinging to steep hillsides and quite often there are fortified structures at the top of the mountains.
Our goal on the first day is to drive to Nafplio, the original capital of Greece located in an area called the Peloponnesos (Pelop’s Island) although it is not really an Island. On the way we planned to visit the Corinthe Canal. ...
... to drive through the cars waiting to board the ferry and out the entrance, the concern was that perhaps Poros wasn't geared up for vehicles the size of Dixie - yey what fun!!!!! We turned left and drove- very cautiously- along the harbour road, dodging the awnings, the scooters, the quad bikes, the pedestrians and of course the odd car that decided to drive on our side of the road - ah the fun!!
We soon realised that perhaps ...