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... it's more interesting than the motorway. Our first port of call, excuse the pun! Was palm fronted Kavala, it has a hill top castle, an aqueduct dated 1530 and a colourful Panagia old quarter.
The aqueduct is very impressive built in a curve with large arches supporting smaller arches which in turn supports the water channel. The water comes from springs 6.5 kilometres away and was stored in the cistern in the ...
... inland to Maires a small village from where you can walk to a forest lake and waterfalls. The drive up was very picturesque, the road surrounded with ancient olive groves, the trunks of the trees are twisted and knarled, there are also rows of bee hives painted in bright colours. Once the tourists have left the island olives and bees must be the main source if income. Occasionally we see people harvesting the olives, ...
... painted houses set into the hillside with stone roofs. The roofs look like the stones have been placed just at random, there isn't any uniformity to them, however they must keep out the rain! The coast is very rugged and the sea us a lovely turquoise colour. We saw a lovely bay below us on from the road and decided to follow the rough steep track down to it, we passed through an old olive grove and parked next to the beach. The sun is still shining so we sat out for a while, ...
... by some aluminium sheeting. Next to it is an old building that has a smaller bath inside it, it's a bit tumbled down and dirty.
Back at Dream Catcher we set off back, there is only the one road back, it's the one we came on.
In the valley just below the village we can see steam from more hot springs, there is an old small hamam and some one has a private hot bath in a small building.
A little further along there is a sign to an archeological site. ...
On our final day, I walked to the west end of Kavala by the Lucy Hotel, which appears to be a beach resort. I roamed around the rest of the city and met with Kinda after she finished her presentation for the conference. Kinda was happy although she felt she could have done better. She met many experts on Islamic gardens at ...