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... s house, not the boxer, but the man who founded the last Egyptian dynasty. His statue sat on a horse is in the square infront. We headed back to Dream Catcher, we were trying to be clever and maintain the height we were at to avoid climbing to the top of the hill again, unfortunately we got a bit lost in the maze of streets and had to climb quite a way back up to find our way!
We set off back along the coast to find ...
We didn't want to rush off from our paradise beach, so we enjoyed the lovely location until after lunch, we filled the time blogging, sorting photographs and backing them up on the hard drive. Before we left we were invaded by a car. The man started to prepare to go snorkelling, he was either going fishing with a large harpoon gun or there is some large scary creatures down there! We toured further around the island and ...
... t any where near full. We sat in Dream Catcher for the journey, it's only 10 kilometres from the main land. When we disembarked we chose to head east around the coastal road, our guide book described it as less touristy and more dramatic. We soon realised it was a mistake as a lot of the coves were not in the sunshine because the sun is low in the sky and were on the side of a mountain. We stopped to look at some Ancient Greek ruins and also an old fishing village which ...
... of course farming, there are sheep and goats on the hillsides with shepherds and their dogs, grape vines cling to the steep slopes and the stubble from harvested crops remain on the patchwork of fields. We arrived at Thermes and parked on the Main Street, it's the only street! The free bath was down the street in the direction we had driven from, as we walk to have a look at it a local man said 'good morning'. Les has been learning a bit if Greek and replies ...
Caught a bus for the two hour trip up the coast to Kavala in the Macedonia region of Greece.
Very pretty wooded hillsides with houses and olive groves and a lot of grape vines that were covered to protect them.
Sitting opposite us on the bus were two very elderly Greek ladies dressed in black. They were chatting away in Greek for the whole trip and each one had on her lap a cake box from ...