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... other device! Now came the hard part and may I preface this (a few days down the track) by saying that Liane is like Xenia or whatever her name is: some sort of warrior princess/amazing person. You heard my pathetic
reaction to driving just in England and here is Liane prepared to do it under these conditions .....she puts me to shame and I admire her immensely! She asked us to both say "keep to the right" on a regular basis, particularly as she's turning to remind ...
... Sea anchored in the middle of a harbour surrounded by sandy beaches was bliss. What was surprising there were no houses, there were only a few buildings and lots of beach umbrellas dotting the shore. During our swim a school of fish, about 10 cm long, were coming towards us jumping out of the water! They jumped all around us with one landing on the back deck of the boat.
At 12 noon, after 2hours of swimming, ...
... and stopped for lunch at the small town of Loutra Elenis.
We’re glad we took the suggestion of a Greek guy on Tripadvisor when we asked what town we should visit for a day outside of Athens. Nafplio is a great place with many ruins from the Mycenean civilization nearby. It has a huge old Venetian fort (Palamidi) overlooking the town and was the scene of many key events in ...
... all doing different things – it is a bit Greek Chaos but it seemed to work really well. We got our bus and we off in good time. It is half empty so we are able to spread our things out a bit. YAY!!
First stop was the Corinth Canal after around 2 hours driving from Athens. It was supposed to be a bit of a marvel of engineering but I was just thinking it looked like a really deep ditch. From memory it was about ...
... shops, and administrative buildings in front of which St. Paul might have preached (Acts 18). We ate lunch at a cafe overlooking the ruins with Acrocorinth (the acropolis of Corinth) in the distance.
After lunch, we took a cab up the mountain to Acrocorinth, where a castle originally constructed in the Byzantine period still stands. There we encountered a very frazzled tour guide who ...