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... t take long to
forget about all of the things that I've done. At least to forget about the minute
details that make it worthwhile. So I will have to post pictures for those days
and hopefully the story will come back to me.
I will try and fill in some of the last days later on as I have time, but for now…
If you are reading this,know that I am safe, and having the time of my life! ...
... steep for us to negotiate! We managed to drive off the pipes and turned around to head back uphill, of course we had to drive over the pipes again and they became alive for the second time, at the top we drove over them again over, but the water tank nearly toppled over on top of us!
We continued along the track which we had turned off still climbing uphill, eventually we reached the top 998 metres and the track looked better, we're now 3 hours into a short drive across the ...
... In one he is smiling at the infant Dionysus. Next we went out to the site of the Sanctuary of Olympia itself. It is close to the edge of the modern town of Archaia Olympia. There are over 15 areas of interest at the site - and I obviously did not have time to savor or even to see them all. We walked through the Sanctuary on the Sacred Way, the same way the pilgrims would have - to the temples and the sports facilities. We passed Kronos Hill - believed to ...
... the effort from what we have heard. I forgot to mention that we lost a wheel off one of the suitcases so I had to carry one suitcase, pull one and wear a backpack, I felt like a pack mule.
I read in the newspaper today that the UK is settling in for some hurricane and wet weather, I have to admit we felt slightly smug when boarding the plane today if not a little sorry for poor old blighty.
Catch you all soon, I will add some photos ...
... and back to our bus. Next stop in about an hour was the seaside small town of Kardamyli. We had an hour to walk around the town and then most of us took a hike up- up - up to the church of Agia Sophia, high on a hill behind Kardamyli. There might have been beautiful views but I was concentrating on where to next plant my feet and hiking pole on the rocky (and did I mention steep?) path. Early on we passed two graves cut into the ...