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... It's a process.
It's much simpler re-entering Greece, passport only then away onto the wonderful A2.
I realise I forgot to withdraw euros at the border so ride into Alexandropolis and find a cash machine. The town is notably more wealthy than anything on the Turkish side since Kusadasi.
The A2 invites fast riding and the kilometres whizz by. I start to ...
... for our optional highlight dinner. Here we had a number of Greek entrees including zucchini balls, cheese pie, koftas, Greek salad, pita bread with hommus and dolmades. I chose a slow cooked lamb for main and others selected moussaka or souvlaki. Dessert was baklava (although not as nice as the other day) We got disappointing news on they way back from dinner that the Cruise we were going on tomorrow has been delayed. The cruise ship was involved in a collision and didn't ...
... sparse mud patch. We continued along our off-road dirt area like we were in a fun mud thrashing tour group for the day in the middle of a Thailand jungle. We were blissfully making headway until we spotted, high up on the hill beside us, trucks and cars roaring past along a perfectly formed bitumen road. Seriously, how are we here and the road is there. We made up a bouncy twisty route to pull back on to the real road, which then took us to the real - over land - border crossing ...
... higher, and the buildings are literally perched on the top of the pinnacles. They are marked on the map as being in excess of 600 meters but I think thats from sea level.
I definitely walked my 10km for the day and in the direct sun for most of it as there is no shade on the top of a rock so was pretty weary on getting back. However, well worth the effort.
I was surprised to see cotton fields on the way to Trikala. Not many and quite small. I never knew they grew it here.
Today we make our way to our last stop in Greece, a very small town that sits in the valley of Meteora. In the arvo we take the bus up to the monasteries of Meteora. We go to the grand monastery. It was amazing these giant building just built on the mountains. It was a really cool experience. The views from these hills of the surrounding valley was so beautiful. It was a very nice place to spend a ...
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