Villa Fotini Apartments
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... The structure had two small houses built under two of it's arches,
We walked under the aqueduct up the steep cobbled, narrow lanes following the signs to the top of the hill and paid to enter the castle. The walls are in good condition as are a couple of buildings of which you can enter, the first one built in 1530 and was later converted into a prison, the roof was made of concrete type material with large ...
... inland to Maires a small village from where you can walk to a forest lake and waterfalls. The drive up was very picturesque, the road surrounded with ancient olive groves, the trunks of the trees are twisted and knarled, there are also rows of bee hives painted in bright colours. Once the tourists have left the island olives and bees must be the main source if income. Occasionally we see people harvesting the olives, ...
We set off to follow the track besides which we had camped. We passed through the muddy part we walked to yesterday, the water was quite deep in places. We continued for a few kilometres dodging low branches and passing through flooded track. We could see a dog on the track ahead if us, as we got closer we realised it was a jackal, it let us follow it for a short while and then disappeared into the undergrowth. A little further on the track became too wet to continue, we ...
The suns shinning, we're in the mountains! All is good.
Our destination today is a Pomak village called Thermes, famous for it's hot springs, there is a bath at a small hotel or a free one at the edge of the village. The drive is lovely in the sunshine, we pass through several villages, the houses all whitewashed with red tiled roofs. Most have flowers growing in pots or in window boxes they look very pretty. Each village has mosques and churches. The local ...
... Every time we passed a church they would cross themselves and just keep talking.
When we got to Kavala I was waiting for one of them to get off the bus and she was muttering, 'It's too heavy ...'. I said to her, 'You go first.' She said in English, 'Are you German?' I said, No' and she said, 'American?' I said, 'No, Australian.' And she said very excitedly, 'Me too. From Adelaide!'