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How do you describe a
different country? It's completely new. Not a new state. Not a new place to
eat. It is completely new and incomparable, but I will do my best!
Now I know that this is a very short entry. Unfortunately just after my arrival I became quite sick. I didn't have the energy to do anything after the long days of hiking to
post in my blog and it’s a great regret that I have. ...
A lovely walk along the beach in the wind, blew away the cobwebs. We then set off back up the hill to find a shop to buy milk and bread. We stopped at a village called Tsagarada where the plane tree in the centre is said, 'To be one of the largest and oldest in Greece'. We managed to get our few supplies at the local shop. . We then continued along the main road to Milies, where the 1895 narrow gauge railway begins/ ends, The train is known locally as 'The little train'. There is ...
... an orange at the side, Les picked them up and put the large grapefruit into his map pocket in his waterproof jacket! Talk about lopsided! He He!
Eventually we came across one of the.mule paths, it's about 3 ft wide with cobbled ridges to help to stop the mules slipping up or down. The cobbles are very wet and slippery today and we are glad that we are sticking to the road. At a junction we turn back down hill, the properties that we passed are ...
... 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 ...
... agricultural region. With a population of 144,449 (2011), it is an important industrial center, while its port provides a bridge between Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Volos is the newest of the Greek port cities, with a large proportion of modern buildings erected following the catastrophic earthquakes of
Late next week we will travel to our final Greek destinations, the islands of Corfu and Olympia, but Volos is our third and final ...