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... you know that we would get checked only because he didn't have the ticket. Kind of like the light rail in Minneapolis. This little turn around get us to the bus station 5 minutes too late for the bus so we had to wait there until the 9:30 bus. While waiting in the little cafe there we had about six different women come up to us peddling little packages of tissues or napkins. They all spoke Greek but we just shook our heads to get them to ...
My last full day, and it made sense to take yet another taxi - this time a 7 km ride inland to Ancient Sikyon. I only found out about this place earlier this year when I saw it on a tourist map of the Peloponnese; no-one had ever recommended it to me and I had no idea what I would find there.
The site is about 2km outside the village and sits, surrounded by ...
I left Methoni by bus this morning, reluctantly, as the sound of bells rang in my ears, and with guilty feelings. Guilty because this is the first year that I have not stayed for the St Nicholas day celebrations. My absence is not important, probably not even noticed, but a shame for me none the less. I had debated over whether to leave at 8.30 a.m. or at 12.30, but I had promised ...
... between the 16th and 12th c. BC. Highlights here was the Lion Gate and Grave Circle A. We also saw the Treasury of Atreus - a huge beehive tomb thought to contain the father of Agamemnon. It was incredible - although it smelled funky inside :(
Next we had lunch all together - everyone got to order whatever they wanted - yummy greek salad, souvlaki, roast lamb, schnitzel, pasta etc…..the best was the fresh orange juice and dessert - ...
... double bed room (and made someone else have the twin bed hehe) the room was beeeautiful!
We went to spend a few hours on the beach, spreading the factor 50 sun cream thick because we were very pale. Then took a walk down the road along the beach to find a pharmacy (because Gabi's foot is still hurting) and a shop for some food. No luck, there were no shops on the beach front. Time to head inland to the local main road. We racked up ...