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... it's more interesting than the motorway. Our first port of call, excuse the pun! Was palm fronted Kavala, it has a hill top castle, an aqueduct dated 1530 and a colourful Panagia old quarter.
The aqueduct is very impressive built in a curve with large arches supporting smaller arches which in turn supports the water channel. The water comes from springs 6.5 kilometres away and was stored in the cistern in the ...
... gullies where recently there has been some serious flooding, what is left of the path is very narrow. We took a few photos and headed back, the sun was just starting to set and the sky was looking very pretty at first orange and the changing to a deep red colour. Back at Dream Catcher we drove back down to the coast to find a parking spot. The light had almost gone by the time we pulled off the road onto a small rocky ...
... t any where near full. We sat in Dream Catcher for the journey, it's only 10 kilometres from the main land. When we disembarked we chose to head east around the coastal road, our guide book described it as less touristy and more dramatic. We soon realised it was a mistake as a lot of the coves were not in the sunshine because the sun is low in the sky and were on the side of a mountain. We stopped to look at some Ancient Greek ruins and also an old fishing village which ...
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 ...
Caught a bus for the two hour trip up the coast to Kavala in the Macedonia region of Greece.
Very pretty wooded hillsides with houses and olive groves and a lot of grape vines that were covered to protect them.
Sitting opposite us on the bus were two very elderly Greek ladies dressed in black. They were chatting away in Greek for the whole trip and each one had on her lap a cake box from ...