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Woke this morning to the most spectacular waning moon but the photos just don't do it justice.Only a short drive to our first stop which was Methoni Castle/Fortress. Bulit by theVenetians in the 12th century and then taken over by the Ottomans in the 15th century. Whilst a lot of it is in ruin, the walls/moat/gate etc are still intact. The castle has 2 moats which looks pretty spectacular. It was huge inside the walls - too muchto ...
More amazing is how they got all the marble up here to carve the huge statues and columns.
Lots of small hotels here with a few tourists shops selling postcards and the famous pottery that i think now is made in China.
We have to walk up the road 5 min. to the entrance of the site. It's a warm day, 25, but gladly not the 34 we had.
Lots of up hill climbing to reach to top of the ...
... the horizon. He was deep in his own world of creativity.
The Greeks love children, every shop we went in today to buy groceries they gave the children some freebies. Their faces displayed true joy as they looked at the kids, this is wonderful to witness, why don’t we view our future like this in the UK.
23rd June – North Pelopponese
We ventured up to the gas man today to try to get our bottle filled, unfortunately it is a ...
... have been treated to join Makis to see how olive oil is really made...the home style way. It was a little dissapointing that missed it, but I think I may have to make a return visit for that one. When we were finally up, we picked up Makis and went for a tour of the town. It was great to see the town and hear stories from them. I was also a great opportunity for the two of them to get caught up, and allowed me to walk around taking ...
... state and spoke English. We told her we were trying to get to Rion Camping and she knew where it was and explained that we were just switching buses to get the rest of the way to Rio.
Thankful for our assistance we followed her to the other bus and we saw some signs pointing to the campsite so we were indeed headed the right way. Eventually we made it to the closest stop and jumped off under what we are told is the longest suspension bridge in Europe. After ...