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... to stop, we looked at a beach front parking area, as we drove along we attracted a pack of dogs, the chase your wheel type, they ran in front and at the side of us barking for about half a kilometre, it's a wonder they don't get flattened, they were close a few times today.
A little further on we took a track that climbed up on to the cliffs there was an ideal spot close to the top near Owl Cave, so a finger post informed ...
... rocky hillside their bells ringing as they graze on the scrubby shrubs. There are also more rows of beehives and sometimes just one or two on a small rocky ledge. When we reached the lake is wasn't very full more like a large puddle. There was a path to an elf's cave and one to the waterfall. We chose the waterfall as you had to cross the river to the cave and there isn't a bridge. Along the path to the waterfall there ...
... t any where near full. We sat in Dream Catcher for the journey, it's only 10 kilometres from the main land. When we disembarked we chose to head east around the coastal road, our guide book described it as less touristy and more dramatic. We soon realised it was a mistake as a lot of the coves were not in the sunshine because the sun is low in the sky and were on the side of a mountain. We stopped to look at some Ancient Greek ruins and also an old fishing village which ...
... 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. ...
... Every time we passed a church they would cross themselves and just keep talking.
When we got to Kavala I was waiting for one of them to get off the bus and she was muttering, 'It's too heavy ...'. I said to her, 'You go first.' She said in English, 'Are you German?' I said, No' and she said, 'American?' I said, 'No, Australian.' And she said very excitedly, 'Me too. From Adelaide!'