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... to a prehistoric cave ,160,000 years old. It was inhabited by Neanderthal people . Interesting how they developed from hunter gatherers to livestock and cultivation . There were footprints of 130,000 years ago and they were tiny, much smaller than ours. Also burial sites, stone tools and pottery shards.Cycled to a Byzantium church with the same ornate interior from 400 ad, still in use today.Picked some figs and pomegranates next to, the road ...
... monastery that we visited was a lot calmer and less people, partly because of the 200 or so steps leading up to it. We got to see them repairing the building, winching the building materials up in a basket. This used to be the only way to get into the building so you can only imagine how difficult it was to build the monastery's in the first place. After an hour of walking around and checking out the church (where we couldn't take photos) we headed back to kalambaka and ...
... We then set off along the road, carefully
avoiding tourist buses and cars. It was fine, but not nearly as hot as it had
been, so we enjoyed the magnificent views along the road, and took our time. We
decided to visit the Holy Trinity (Agios Triados) monastery, as we could see it
from the hotel, and it was near the track down to Kalambaka. We had to climb a
lot of steps, but we had had plenty of practice. This ...
... br> We left Varlaam and had to make a decision to go up a road or down a road to get to the next monastery. We chose to go up the road, which again turned out to be a great decision. We got to a highpoint overlooking the first four monasteries and found a perfect rock to sit and have lunch on. We had brought up some sandwiches from a bakery in Kalambaka, so we had a nice little picnic with one of the best views I’ve ever seen.
... travels to the beautiful place of Delphi!
Now I am currently in Delphi and we are in a cute little town that is very adorable. In the morning we will be visiting the archeological sites in Delphi and the museum right beside the site. When we have completed our tour in Delphi we will be heading to the biggest city of Greece, Athens!!!
We only have a few days left to our trip, yet we still have so much to complete! May the adventures ...