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Travel Blogs from Skiathos
... not sure what they are called but we've noticed they are everywhere and people drink straight from them so I'm assuming it comes straight from a spring? Can't get any fresher than that!! Just after there we turned off around Mouresi onto an even skinnier and windier (is that a word?) road that made it's way down to the coast, we ended up in a beautiful village called Ag, Ioannis where we had a lovely lunch then made our way back to Milies, mind you it only took us 55 minutes (with ...
... at a Taverna on the square where we chose to sit outside in the very cold night air as opposed to inside where there was a fireplace warming the hearth but a cloud of smoke so thick there's no way we could have managed to have lasted through dinner! Dinner was once again divine EU35. Our friend once again did her "I'm so adorable you have to pat me routine" which GJ also fell for!! Fairly early night.. in Greek time... tomorrow we're going exploring!!
... of Pouri. You should have in mind though that the road down the hill is extremely steep and winding all the way down. At some point we thought the brakes caught fire!
I was so scared with the smell of the brakes at that time that I wanted to get back to the main road before it gets dark so I did not enjoy that outing very much.
Now that I see my photos and remember the wild beauty ...
THE OLD BRIDGE OF TSAGKARADA
Upon entering the village the very first day that we arrived in Tsagkarada I noticed the sign that says "Old Bridge". How could I leave without walking out here!
There is a trail that brings you down to the forest from the village but I thought to take the shortcut since I had nobody to come along.
... minute walk the maximum)
The small tavern/coffee shop is like an oasis out here and the owners provide sunbeds, umbrellas and a shower with cold water to customers.
I found this small bay charming. The rocks form different caves where some years back there lived the Mediterranean monk seal (Monachus monachus).
**Tip for hikers:
Starting point the square of the village of Milies. Walk initially on ...