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... t take long to
forget about all of the things that I've done. At least to forget about the minute
details that make it worthwhile. So I will have to post pictures for those days
and hopefully the story will come back to me.
I will try and fill in some of the last days later on as I have time, but for now…
If you are reading this,know that I am safe, and having the time of my life! ...
... the occupants were probably out hunting with their dogs, we also passed another pickup with a large Christmas tree strapped to the back if it, a lovely tree for the centre of a village we presume. At the top of this hill we have lunch, the cloud is occasionally breaking up enough to just see the snow on Mt Olympus in the distance, behind us is Mt. Asso, towering above the surrounding hills. We're off again, still climbing, sometimes on good track sometimes in deep rutted mud ...
... then a coach to Volos which is where we are tonight. It is 29 degrees which is a welcome surprise for us.
We trudged from the coach station to the hotel and I was sweating so much that I had sweat on the top lip, you know your sweating when the top lip is wet. After a lovely meal tonight and a cheeky vino we are settling down for a quiet night before our ferry tomorrow. This Island is hard to get to this time of year but I believe it to ...
... the day.
Reaching downtown we noticed Volos to be more Greek and less international than any of the other Greek destinations visited, with few very words not using the Greek alphabet. Grabbing an ocean front cafe, we consumed another delicious Greek salad and a couple of Mythos (beer). We posted the travel blog, but their internet connection did not have enough bandwidth to publish it, so we will need to wait to Istanbul to publish.
... Greek) but showed us what bus we needed. We bought tickets and sat outside to wait for us bus. As we sat waiting, we realized maybe we shouldn't take the bus since no one seemed to speak English and we weren't sure how to get back. So we decided to just explore Volos, and less then an hour later we had seen the whole city.
Volos is is a very small city. We walked along the water where they had rows of restaurants/café, which was pretty much the ...