Travel Blogs from Kastoria
... on corners or roundabouts, luckerly no damaged to either person or bike. I also dropped my bike at the order crossing getting into Greece, the roads we wet and I missed my footing and over it went! Again no damage except dented pride. Tomorrow we have decided to take motorways rather than the back roads to give us a easier day.
... decide to practice your Rolex juggling in Croydon someone would probably want to take them, if we show off our nice bikes and expensive gear in a very poor area, trouble will come.
The people are charming but shy, and once we make the first move with a smile or wave, we usually get an ear to ear smile and a hello back. The reputation of being a hostile and dangerous county is in my opinion outdated. A lovely country which I look forward to returning ...
... and thunders i have never seen before, we did a jam with the nature in the tent and went to eat some soup with our jackets from the rain! We were realising how much less the person needs to be happy, especially if the people around you are supporting and caring! Our backpacks would be enough for super long time if we were continuing haveing so many great experience! Just our mind couldnt process anymore of all the things we saw, experienced and all the people we met and the stories ...
... Church's influence on Russian-Cyprian foreign policy - at least at this stage.
It goes on & on.
One lady (wearing black) stopped Monica on the street and gave her bread because Monica looked hungry. There may have been a translation problem. It could have been likely that she was a generous old lady.
Another lady stopped me on the street to tell me that she was present when my great-grandfather, the priest, ...
Lechovo, the village of my paternal grandfather, with a current population of about 1200 people. suddenly appeared in our windshield as we turned on a short bend in the road. Nestled in the southeast foothills of Mt. Verno (Vitsiou) it is surrounded by thick forests consisting of oak, beech, and black pine. It is one of the few remaining "mastorohoria" which are villages of able stone builders that wandered across mainland Greece always ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking