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A lovely walk along the beach in the wind, blew away the cobwebs. We then set off back up the hill to find a shop to buy milk and bread. We stopped at a village called Tsagarada where the plane tree in the centre is said, 'To be one of the largest and oldest in Greece'. We managed to get our few supplies at the local shop. . We then continued along the main road to Milies, where the 1895 narrow gauge railway begins/ ends, The train is known locally as 'The little train'. There is ...
... the mirning seems ri have passed us by, time is getting on and if we are going to go for a walk we'll have to get a route planned. We give up on post offices and look at the walking Pellion web site. There is a suitable walk from the village below us on the coast. We wind our way down, park, have lunch and set out following the directions that we have photographed on Les's phone. The whole this peninsular is crossed and zigzagged with Kalderimia-cobbled ...
... the house next door was selling home grown fruit and veg. We had to have a look of course and saw the biggest pumpkin and squash you have ever seen (no photos as the camera wasn't with me). We got talking to the owners and they showed us their garden plot and luckily we managed to prise some of their freshly squeezed that day olive oil (straight from the press). Wow, it is amazing, we have never had it this fresh and you can tell the ...
... levels of Angry Birds. The kids are only allowed to play on their tablets when we are travelling so they jumped at the opportunity.
We arrived into Skopelos to be met by a rather friendly Yiannis who was the owner of our apartments. He said that we were the only ones in the block and so he has given us the best two apartments he has, shortly after settling ourselves we went for an explore around the town. There are so many quaint ...
... 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 ...