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I believe all good travel stories start with that precise moment when that idea to formulate a trip gels and the resultant planning grows into something more tangible. I’d wish I’d written the exact date and time down now because I’m feeling wildly inaccurate. Oh look, I could just make the whole trip up, and that would certainly save some time and money. Simply and accurately, this whole idea for this trip started during a ...
... the Pacific Coast. The Royal National Forest was beautiful. The first part reminded me of driving through Florida because the brush on either side of the highway was so thick and tall that you couldn't see elsewhere. Eventually we started heading downhill through curvy turns, which felt very similar to driving through the north Georgia mountains. After about 45 minutes or so we saw sign for Waterfall. We decided to take the turn and see what was at the end of that road. Quickly ...
... we had changed all our euro back to pounds when we got back to London, this left us with no local currency. Fortunately the hotel we are in has a small currency exchange. After the local tour we boarded the coach again and off to Glendalough. This is the site of an ancient monastery with the 11th century buildings now still in varying states of repair. It was a really pretty spot. Back on ...
A pretty average breakfast on the ferry this morning, one chocolate croissant and one desert spoon of scrabbled egg (on the same plate). If you lashed out on anything extra like jam or a tiny bread roll or a small yogurt, it was extra. We have a few hours to fill until we arrive in Greece. We are all writing our blogs, saving photos to computer, drinking coffee, etc, etc. trying to work down our breakfast. Because the ferry left late we are arriving in Patros about 2.5 hours ...
... had becalmed the seas. And there it was, a perfect figure 8 dug out in the rock filled with clear fresh seawater from the last high tide, and no blue ringed octopus could be seen, so in we went. After sitting there for a roughly an hour, we gritted our teeth and put our hiking thongs on and up we went. It was a hard slog and was made even harder when one of the billy goat people told us we could cut 15Min's off ...