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... when tagging just behind a paying tour group and listening in on all the facts, a trick I pass on proudly!
After soaking in as much information as I could and taking pointed pictures of the recovered and restored artifacts I started my way up the mountain side to see the remnants of the many structures build so many years ago. A word to the wise in the heat of the afternoon sun and with many rocky stairs to climb it should be advised it isn't ...
... views down the slopes to seaside towns and cool fresh air. Tomorrow we visit the historic site of Delphi but tonight is for enjoying this rustic hotel, perched on a cliff face. It was built in 1954 and is classified as a designated landmark and is protected from any architectural alteration. Shock, horror and total confusion amongst some travellers - it doesn't have lifts! For me it is by far the hotel with the most character - perfect.
... the tour – the tour a Delphi day tour with lunch.
The bus soon arrived, we got on, meet our guide and then started the 3hr trip to Delphi. We made a stop for coffee and toilets 90 minutes in and then continued on the trip. Our guide told us about the site and its history and what we could find. Soon we arrived, got off the bus and started our guided tour of the site. We covered the main road, ...
... sauce, but I'm sure that time will come. I immediately fell in love with our next stop, Delphi. Home of the temple of Apollo and what the Greeks considered the 'navel' or the centre of the country ( or universe if you asked someone here), Delphi is a very small town/village with two short roads full of little cafes and deli's overlooking the gulf of Corinth with picturesque mt parnassus in the background- it was exactly what we imagined Greece to be like ...
... the identification of the surrounding landscape with my heart. No clarity this time. Just shadows.The instinctive awareness of my unimportance. And then a purring out of nowhere, a sound that cut the silence like a thread. Real matter, a bright white fur seeking shelter in the still green of the bushes around. A kitten, starved and dazed, all alone in the world, around it only air. The sharpness of its gaze, more demanding than emotion itself.
At this moment in ...