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... local bus for only 1.6 Euro whereas many tour groups at Philipi would have paid a tour company many times more. I enjoyed asking locals where to catch the bus and getting a cheap bite to eat at a family restaurant in the village near Philipi.
I got back to Kavala and walked around some more and Kinda gave up another 5 star dinner to have dinner with me. What a wonderful woman she is and how much I love ...
... of ship-board activities planned for today, but we take the chance to catch up on stuff that we haven't had time for. I finally manage to get on top of my blog entries and when I get to some wifi will be able to post all the entries and pictures. Marty is having a rest day, although perhaps we will have to pull him out later for some photos when we get bored. Paul goes to the gym ( I think he is getting very worried about the prospect of state cup when we ...
... islands passing by! Later we docked at the island of Mykonos and were taken by bus to the little town of Hora where we had a guided walking tour of the quaint little place, before having some free time time explore! Mykonos was beautiful, with clear, clean water and lots of little shops, bars and cafes! We loved it! Had to be back on the ship by eight, as we were then sailing overnight to Kusadasi, which is in Turkey! Together with our Victorian friends we ...
... which included a full tank of gas and we had them for 24 hours. We started early in the morning and drove all over the Island exploring small city streets as well as dirt and rocky roads leading to small beaches. Unfortunately it was pretty windy while we were there so we weren't really up for going into the water. Later in the day we drove the ATV'S about a hour up a very rocky mountain road leading to one of the highest peaks on the Island which provided ...
... walk to the finish point! Of which we would have walked all the way back, or alternatively catch a taxi.
I would highly recommend treking thee gorge and visiting the highlands of Greece. Something truly special and not what Greece is reknowned for, as of course everyone is infatuated with the islands - although they are good, spare some time for mainland Greece!