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... rich flavours and a side salad it did not disappoint. Thessaloniki like a lot of what I have seen of Greece comes alive at night, street bars fill people get together and chew the fat and meals are shared. I had the most outrageously good Hot Chocolate in the most unassuming of cafes thick and luscious, creamy and non nom. I discovered this far too late boohoo... Things I learnt about the Greeks..... In my! Experience They are in general most ...
Thessaloniki is like a grid square blocks of shops, cafe, houses and buildings. I like it! It has something soothing and homely about it. There are plenty of people and it does have tourists but the day to day bustle of the locals masks that very well as they go about their business. I took the lets follow the crowd approach and found some amazing places. I was lead to markets, back street hidden local eateries, museums, banks ...
... between them. The site we are looking for is described on a web site put together by German camper van owners, it has thousands of free camping sites listed, it gives coordinates, and pictures as well as describing the facilities if there are any. The one we are looking for is by some strange rock formations. The village nearby has made this area into a pleasant picnic site with parking. The rocks are full of holes, some large enough to crawl through, ...
... as our original intent when we left home was not to see as many countries, cities, towns and villages as we could see but to try to experience the lifestyle in various locations. Well, we are not disappointed with Thessaloniki other than to say the beer is much dearer than Bulgaria. We nearly had attack when we ordered our first beer and had to pay €4.50 for one beer yet the same size beer in Bulgaria was €1 or less. Gallagher is no longer in heaven, in fact I am a ...
... the ghettos of Thessalonki, the backpacks on our backs acting like huge signs that we were lost. After stumbling by luck on the bus company offices, we found out that what took us close to an hour was only a 10 min walk... Oops! Our overnight bus to Istanbul took us 10 uncomfortable hours and included another night time border crossing. This time the officials were a bit friendlier and there was even a duty free store between the two borders. A bit ...