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... quickly costly Greek toll roads on the GPS. This always makes for some interesting journeys and once again ended up and down the countless Greek mountains, through single lane Greek towns, olive groves and goat herders until we were spat out seaside at Zacheo. The option of 12euro camping was forfeited for free camping with some Germans and Swiss beachside just next door.
Ferry day was now upon ...
We arrived in the port of Katakolon not knowing what to expect. It was flat with hills surrounding the port as are most of the ports we are seeing. We had decided to hire a taxi with Richard and Wendy to go and have a look at ancient Olympia, which is the birthplace of the Olympic Games. The trip took about 40 minutes, some on a major highway and then onto back roads to avoid the traffic. The place is in ruins but you can still get a little bit of an idea of ...
... hr Another text from Andy and he's on his way to the boat.
He gets settled in and we discuss the plan for Sunday, which will be to head to Triazoni island 47 miles west of us. The winds
are expected to be gusting at 30 on MOnday so we thought it best to leave right away. It will be a 6 -7 trip.
Up and ready to go by 7 is the plan.Again , i get to take the boat out of the harbor. !!
Hoping to be able to sail a bit.
... rate where business men are choosing the end their lives to eradicate the debt for their families. Pensions are not being paid out, people are working in the public sector and not being paid and VAT is at 23%. Rubbish collections are down, not to cut costs, but because there is less rubbish to collect as consumerism declines. More and more people that can afford to are making day trips to other European countries and opening bank accounts to deposit money, just in case it ...
... one place to re enter. Driving through olive tree fields on this dirt path, we came across a lady picking something......lemons i think.....not sure. Anna asked her for directions to get to the highway, and the lady asked smiling "Then what the heck are you doing here??? This is a mountain road?" I couldn't understand a word of the greek, but I could get a rough translation through the tones. This lady was glad to help us.....So much so ...