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... so far, the hike up was worth the beautiful views from the top, and the spectacular ruins. Although we would have loved to climb to the top to see the castle, we still had a bus to catch to Nafplion. On our challenging way down the mountain, Robyn sat in ...
We woke up and went shopping in Agrinio today. I got to go on the motorbike again today. I loved it. When I'm older I want to get a motorbike. We then said goodbye to my dads cousins and left to go back home. On the way back to our house is the town where my mums dad is from its called Nafpaktos. We stopped there for a drink with one of my mums dads cousins we then had dinner there. It is a nice town. We then left to drive back to our house in ...
... the dinghy and get it in the bag, removed and packed batteries from lamps and clocks. Filled the boat with water.
1830 While I was writing my blog after dinner Peter stepped out and bought us ice cream bars. He hands it to me and says “ I think I got the perfect one” I said , “ yes you did” ( Name on foil,,, BOSS )
Spent the rest of the evening looking out for Myrtle the turtle and Tom turtle, they have been bobbing their heads up on ...
... of the ancient Greek world. The first stone temples were built towards the end of the 7 th c.BC on dedicated
to Apollo and the other to Athena. In 582 BC the Pythian games( second largest next to the Olympics) were reorganized here which and held every four
years in honor o Apollo, to commemorate his victory over the Python.
Worshipers flocked from all over the ancient world to seek advise of the god and oracle. ...
... both Wifey and I are concerned our waist lines will be stretching soon. We had a bunch of local 20 something’s next to where we camped last night, they came again tonight and advised us that we should put olive oil on the puncture wounds from the sea urchin as this draws out the spine. We thought it was worth ago as it beat Wifey mauling my foot with the needle and tweezers. I did a spot of foraging and found fresh mint, thyme and two types of wild garlic. ...