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... We had already endured the fact that our container packed on the Sunday sat at the wharf in Port Said for an extra four days, at our expense. Nothing for it but too wait, still Istanbul was a far better place to wait than Wadi Haifa. There were things to do, places to see, yummy food to eat and a zillion carpet shops touting for your business. I had established a friendship with the owner of the small hotel I was staying at and he offers to assist us in the ...
... the bus to Ioannina. The one thing I didnt factor was Greece is 1 hr ahead and we had to wait over 90 mins for the next bus. Ticket was 6.80 Eu ($10.20).
Expecting Albania to be the poorer neighbour this corner of Greece was infact lessor developed. The bus made a roadside stop and suddenly half ...
... bustle of the streets, which like most Greek towns, comes to life after 8:00 PM.
We grabbed some ice cream on our way back to towards the hotel, which is almost, we say ALMOST, as good as the gelato in Italy.
We got a little lost, since Darrell does not follow instructions well, and we had to ask for directions a few times. The locals were very friendly, and helped us to get back to the hotel. It was a long day, so an early night was okay with us.
... wine, we know Grandma Kay would like that. It was nice to be back in familiar surroundings, even if it was only a familiar supermarket. I had decided that I should put on some better pants to enter the shop, as I said to Gayle you never know we might meet someone from NZ. I was close, we had a lovely conversation with an Australian living here in Greece. He was able to give us some tips and we were on our way again, this time only a short distance for our stop ...
19 June 2015
We really appreciate the fact that we can "park off" on the road side, if we need to, and be completely "safe", as we were outside Konitsa.
An early morning stop at fuel station and off we went to follow the advice of the man who ran it. He thought we would enjoy a trip to The Stone Villages. And we did.
We visited two of them - Molitsa and Ganadio. The latter is over 450 years old. Both were built by local artisans who ...