Fiore Di Candia
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... shaded by large trees so that was some relief. We got a fresh oj from a rip off stand - paid €4 for a large glass - but that gave us a quick sugar hit and is very refreshing with its intense mediterranean flavours. We still needed a rest when we got to the theatre and sat in a couple of ancient pinky marble high backed seats which were actually very comfortable before making the climb up the top.
... and they put a fine on the blocking car. After an hour the girl with the blocking car turned up and dad/mum told her off. Also we visited the big Venetian castle above the town. I liked the views from the top of the castle and Mum and I went into the prison cell of the war hero, Kolokotroni.
... nik nak shops, if only we had the space... During our exploring we found a funky cafe in the maze of alleyways, we couldn't resist. Tried some local Greek beer while in the back seat of a vw beetle! Deciding to stay the night we set up in the marina car park where about another handful of campers soon joined us.
We stayed at Nafplio over night and set off to Mycenae - Mykhnez at 9am after breakfast. It was not far to the tomb of what is suspected to be the burial chamber of Agamemnon or that of his father. It was impressive and would have been when constructed, it was a man-made hill and deep inside, it was hollow, a domed space made from huge blocks of stone. It had been plundered long ago, and was used by the local shepherds to keep them and ...
... my future trip to the U.K.
We had dinner at the restaurant since we didn't have to pay for mooring or water it was the least we could do.
We plan to leave early in the morning around 0815 after i grap some fresh bread at the bakery.
0815 hr. I get to take the boat out again while Peter takes off the mooring line. ( making sure i don't snag the lines on either side of ...