Travel Blogs from Tríkala
... rather impressive built completely out of Marble. After a few pictures of it, I went to the Cafe opposite the theatre and enjoyed another cold Cappuccino. After heading back to hotel, I relaxed back at the hotel before heading to Larisa town centre and somewhere to eat. It was a nice bustling area and I quite enjoyed the wee wander. After that it was back to the hotel and a coffee before bed as I was up early to get the train to Athens. Another enjoyable day ...
... 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 ...
... was surprised to find any eyes under all that stuff but sure enough after returning daily with food and water (and lots more cleaning!) 'Scrappy dappy doo' was right as rain and seeing fairly clearly witheyes wide open! Good deed done hey! On our final night we chose a different restaurant and lisa surprised us all by pulling out loads of christmas crackers!!! This was to be our official Christmas dinner as we wouldn't be home to celebrate! What a cool idea! As if they ...
... and my visiting wasn't one of those), and one of the Nunnerys was closed (it was their lunch break: 1.30 - 3.30), so missed seeing the inside of those. But wasn't too concerned as it was the outside views and the setting that I had really come to see, and I did see the inside of the others.
The setting is amazing as you can see from the photos. I wouldn't have been keen to be a builder on those sites (outside walls). The rocks would be a couple of hundred meters ...