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... mention an icecream and a wander on the beach in the fresh sea breeze.
The drive along the, at times, precipitous coast line was beautiful with tantalising glimpses of beaches and waves on rocky shores. Do I sound like a travel brochure? The last part of the journey was up the slopes of Mt Parnassus to the village of Delphi - a drive similar to a combination of the Takaka Hill and the road to Denniston. Well worth it ...
... Shade... At farm house... I thought it was pretty cool that someone took the time to flag bikes down to give them services. I didn't see anyone home, so I didn't get to talk to them. It made me really happy that people like that are out here though. I arrived at the lake and saw a sign that said no camping. Being that I just biked 80 miles to get here and the next camp ...
... of the site. So we made our way up and inside of the walls and followed the path between the buildings. Though a very few people came back to the town after the 1822 massacre, a massive 1881 earthquake sealed the fate of Anavatos and it has remained almost completely uninhabited since then. Thus, the buildings, all of substantial age, are in various stages of falling down, though many have recently been retrofitted inside with some metal beams to try to arrest the decay and ...
... The sun came out as we walked the archeological ruins dating back to 500BC - incredible if you think about how they made some of these structures and how well they lasted. I wonder what they'll find of our civilisation....a few iPhones and iPads. Maybe statues from the MCG (side note - up the pies - cop that blue baggers) I'm stopping here but for you at home it will be a seamless transition as we have decided one post per country is plenty....to be continued from ...
... I was cookin in my jeans. Finally we traveled back to our hotel in Nafphlio. We all took showers and had a few hours to nap before going out for supper. It was much needed after being in the sun all day and going to many sites. We walked around town for a bit and got jaleoto and icecream to eat by the harbor. We found a place to eat that was also very good Italian pizza, pasta, and salad. The prices here aren’t outrageously expensive, and it’s really nice ...