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... a group of packhorses appeared, there wasn't anyone with them, they were just turned out grazing.
An hour later and we were back on Tarmac and heading the 20 or so kilometres to the coast. As we passed through a village there was only just enough space to squeeze through because of pickups parked, the drivers were all stood around a wild boar that they had killed whilst hunting. We found a parking spot next to the beach just as it was getting dark. What an adventure! What a ...
... 39 degrees hot. I took the small walk to my hotel and had a cold Cappuccino which is nice. After a bit of relaxing in the hotel. I took a walk to the 2 Ancient theatres of Larisa. The first one I visited which happened to be the second one built was not difficult to find as it was at the back of the hotel. It was built to provide theatre as the main one I was about to visit was turned into an Arena during Roman times. The second arena was only a short walk away ...
... route I got a call
from the UK office telling me that I was not required to serve my
notice and I could depart the lead yacht the following morning. Big
At this point I had a choice to make,
get a ferry back to Corfu and get a flight home or contact Sunsail
out in Greece and see if they had any vacancies. Fortunately the
manager remembered me from 2010 when I worked there and was able to
offer me a new flotilla route From Lavrion close ...
... with the help of some cables joining the mainland to an island. The disheveled man had a stick pointing for us to hurry and get on. So we did – toward what we then concluded to be a Greek Island. We filmed the two-minute journey excitedly explaining we were now on the ferry crossing into Greece, and became utterly confused why there was a cute Greek shepherd with his herd, but no passport control.
Our second rigorous road then ended in potholes filled with water ...
... side. As soon as we arrived we were greeted by a stumpy and very friendly dog (who we all ended up calling pepe!?) We walked through the town higher and higher and found a 'history and folk museum'. What an odd place to be...and inside was just as odd! Worth the visit though, definitely! Shows the actual town how they used to live and the tools they used to use etc. The building was a genuine home from the towns first days and the rooms had been set up accordingly. ...