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... br> We decide that a quicker route on map may well be a tertiary and therefore difficult road and decide to take the longer route to our camp near the beach.
To be fair, the camp did not look great on arrival. We decided to stay rather than look elsewhere as I think that both of us had had enough driving and frustration for that day. As we looked for a pitch we were greeted by ...
... the occupants were probably out hunting with their dogs, we also passed another pickup with a large Christmas tree strapped to the back if it, a lovely tree for the centre of a village we presume. At the top of this hill we have lunch, the cloud is occasionally breaking up enough to just see the snow on Mt Olympus in the distance, behind us is Mt. Asso, towering above the surrounding hills. We're off again, still climbing, sometimes on good track sometimes in deep rutted mud ...
... rather impressive built completely out of Marble. After a few pictures of it, I went to the Cafe opposite the theatre and enjoyed another cold Cappuccino. After heading back to hotel, I relaxed back at the hotel before heading to Larisa town centre and somewhere to eat. It was a nice bustling area and I quite enjoyed the wee wander. After that it was back to the hotel and a coffee before bed as I was up early to get the train to Athens. Another enjoyable day ...
... So I
found a hotel for the night and next day travelled down to Vounaki,
Sunsails base and began working there. I am now currently working
with My mate Chris at a base in Milina which has now closed. We will
be here to re fit the last 5 yachts and deliver them to Skiathos over
the next few weeks before my flotilla begins on the 7th
June. It has been a big relief to be amongst familiar faces after the angst ridden couple of weeks I spent here at the beginning. ...
... job so far. Just outside the monastery there was a sign saying holy cave - 20 minutes'. Of course we just had to see it, so off we trundled/hiked down a gazzilion steps through the forest to this cave. 20 minutes later (after seeing some very cool black squirrels) we arrived at a stream with a rickety wooden bridge! Very beautiful place though, postcard stuff lol! Next to this stream was another sign saying 'holy cave - 15minutes'. Who the hell makes these signs!? And ...