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... with good care here in Greece but there is always some clowns that are between us and sure enough there was one today. This clown thought his car was faster than it was and went out over the solid white line to overtake. The result was he smashed into a van coming the opposite way!! Of course this plonker was driving........can you guess?? Yes, a BMW!!!
As I head onwards its getting rather dark and a number of cars are flashing their lights at me. I think the problem ...
... had umbrellas, we decided to wait it out a little under some of the fuller trees along the path. Thankfully, the rain was short-lived and we continued on. The first 1-1/2 miles was on a typically adventurous Greek dirt road but while we realized we could have driven farther up the road than we did, this part of the hike was spectacular and we were happy to get to experience it.
There was much beautiful nature to enjoy including a few large caves high up on ...
There are many websites that give you access to the opinions of fellow travelers and often those contributors live in the area they are commenting on. It pays to seek their advice because you can learn about some amazing gems that are not in the guide books. Tourism agencies often will not tell you about these places because they're free and the local tourism industry does not benefit directly from your visiting them. Some may rate low on opinion scales because so ...
... buildings, we got the feeling that what we were really enjoying most about the town was the town itself. Metsovo is not large so we were able to enjoy much of it on foot and all the people coming and going seemed very content with what must be the traditional Sunday celebrations. Until it started raining, that is. Thunder and lightning in this severely mountainous region is very common in the afternoons at this time of year and if you're expecting it you ...
... were Swiss. At Kipi we stopped for a coffee and loo break and once again they pulled into the village. The stone bridges are all gorgeous and I'll let the photos do the talking there. The last one however said 1000m (which is a km right?!) so off we started saying "we won't go all the way, we'll just look at it from up here" but down, down, down we trekked trying not to think of the fact that what goes down must come up and Gwendoline chiming in with "YOLO" as we'd round another set ...