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ya-ssou (Hello) We've actually arrived back in Athens tonight but as we have been touring on the tourist rate & not first class our hotels have not quite been of luxurious standards including the lack of WiFi. Although they all have treated us well & we do not have complaints. All of us have been a little over the tour spending 3 hours at ruin …
Woke up early to try and bet the crowds to the Monastrey made our way up the hill and took pictures of different Monasteries on our way up to the Holy Trinity Monastrey which we were able to have a look through.
Incredible how the Monks would climb the rock face to pick a place to build the Monastery then in the original time they would build it all by hand. It blends into the rock face and looks incredible. ...
... and quickly headed out to find dinner as it was 0830 by this time. We had an easy climb up to a recommended taverna which had great service but had run out of a lot meal choices. We ended up just having a tsastiki dip for our bread, a vegetable bake of eggplant, potato, courgette, onion, capsicum in a tomato and olive oil sauce, and meat balls with tomato and rice. It was simple and small portions but tasty. I ordered local wine glass ...
... a redbud. The trees consist mainly of evergreen and holly
leaved oak and plane trees, and we also saw wild fig trees, olives and carobs.
The ground cover included wild mint and oregano and rock rose (cistus). Part
way up the hill we came to a sort of plateau where there was a statue of a monk
who had played a leading role in a rebellion against Turkish role. He was
depicted in priestly robes, with a ...
... an hour for the next. I tried to relax and started reading 'the power of NOW'. Now this book was covered in deodorant because it was full of **** but there were some ideas which resonanted with me. Sometimes when you are emotional, you should take a step back and view your thought rom a rational outsider's point of view. Also cherish the moment of NOW so you won't worry about the past or future. After two buses, I arrived in ...