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... was an absolutely amazing ancient complex that housed a city and a fortress all on the side of an enormous cliff. You will see, I took quite a few pictures. It was also even more climbing than the 999 stairs from the morning. We then made another strategic error by over-ruling Google maps for the shortest trip between Sparta and Kalamata. Apparently Google's re-route was to avoid the highway from hell that puts Colorado's mountain drives to absolute ...
... get to the west coast near Kardamyli. Amazing views with road climbing up and down into rocky gorges. Then a long view of the Mani stretching away south with the mountains appearing out of the mist. Stop in Kardamyli for mooch and coffee. A pretty little town with tavernas right above the rocky coast. All a bit sophisticated and plush touristy after Gargarou with its tractors ...
... a natural looking tan, which I'm happy about because I normally don't go that brown I think we're having a takeaway pizza tonight from one of the restaurants Bye P.S I'm going to be starting a new blog which is for reviews on places, such as some of the restaurants here in Stoupa, however I have no internet left so I can't set up one till I get ...
... to complain she wasn't feeling well which I barely paid attention to because if you know Jessi it's hard to know what's real and what's attention seeking. Anyways once we got to Stoupa we stopped at a grocery store and Jessi stuck close to me, whining and saying she didn't feel well...and then vomited in the bakery section!! Oops, guess she was telling the truth. But she quickly recovered and off to the beach we ...
... and churches are locked against thieves. It is such a sad reflection of our times, I remember my first ever trip to Greece when even very remote chapels were open and no-one would dream of taking items from them.
Work completed, we headed home by way of the lane joining the main Foinikounta road, but not before climbing up the hill and gazing at the Sea, as well as observing the increasing number of houses. ...