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After the crazy first day, I had a more relaxed second day. After a nice sleep it was up and a delightful wee breakfast at the hostel. After that it was time to leave the Little Big House, which was a lovely hostel and I look forward to returning on my last night before I head home. I headed to the station and got the train to Larisa. I added here for a more relaxing day and to break up my travel to Athens. Arriving at Larisa during midday to find it was hot ...
... route I got a call
from the UK office telling me that I was not required to serve my
notice and I could depart the lead yacht the following morning. Big
At this point I had a choice to make,
get a ferry back to Corfu and get a flight home or contact Sunsail
out in Greece and see if they had any vacancies. Fortunately the
manager remembered me from 2010 when I worked there and was able to
offer me a new flotilla route From Lavrion close ...
... job so far. Just outside the monastery there was a sign saying holy cave - 20 minutes'. Of course we just had to see it, so off we trundled/hiked down a gazzilion steps through the forest to this cave. 20 minutes later (after seeing some very cool black squirrels) we arrived at a stream with a rickety wooden bridge! Very beautiful place though, postcard stuff lol! Next to this stream was another sign saying 'holy cave - 15minutes'. Who the hell makes these signs!? And ...
Left Zagreb with the rain at 8 am. Very long day with showers. Amazing how Serbia (after Croatia) is long and took most of the dive day. Afterwards Mazedonia is small! Again some rain. Arrived at 9 pm in Greece, in St Katherini in the hotel Nefeli. Very, very busy full of tourists. The hotel is nice at the seaside. Before going to the restaurant, big catastrophe: Vic wallet with €800 lost! A third of our money is gone. So the holidays will be ...
... solitude, meeting only on Sundays and special days to worship and pray in a chapel built at the foot of a rock known as Dhoupiani. Until the 17th century, the primary means of transporting supplies and people was by means of baskets and rope. This was perfect for the monks; they were safe from political upheaval and had complete control of the entry to the monastery. An amazing, amazing ...
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