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Today we headed up into the heart of the Peloponnese at 8:30 AM, where we toured with George the haunting ruins of the fortress town of Mystras (40,000 people at its peak).
In 1249, Mystras became the seat of the Latin Principality of Achaea, established in 1205 after the conquest of Constantinople during the Fourth Crusade, and Prince …
... olives. I think Iain would like it as a gap year job! The small house in the rocks looks like a perfect place to spend the morning with a coffee and a paper enjoying the slow pace of life and all its beauty.
We also drove through Kilada, a lovely fishing port known for its fishermen and boat making.,
Then it was to Kranidi with all of it's churches and shrines ...
... so we got to Naples at 6:30 A.M., waited until 7:00 to catch a train to Caserta, where we were to catch a train at 9:256 to Bari. our train was late almost an hour, trains on the whole in Italy have been great and on time, and we finally got to Bari. we ended up taking a taxi from the Bari train station to the Bari harbor where our ferry left from because the tourist information booth is closed from 1-3 P.M., perfect timing for tourists, ...
... on to learn about spinnakers and so on. One week saw a particularly sociable group of guests; our 'no single supplement' low season policy meant lots of people away on their own and happy to be chatty - makes for a lively quiz night!
As ever we never fit in as much sailing as we would like, but Andy and I did get a couple of memorable blasts in a Laser 4000; this season I wanted to get my trapezing nerve back, job done.next journal - taking it all ...
10/17/2005 Mycenae Mycenae is one of the oldest cities in Greece that has been constantly inhabited. This site has been excavated by Schliemann in the 1800s. Much of what we saw were the walls that we still partially standing. They were what are called "cyclopean" because of the size of the stones, boulders, rocks used. The beehive tomb of "Agamemnon" is one of the things we saw. Technically this is not his tomb, but that is the name. This tomb was rather large. There was ...