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... 14th - 15th century), retain their original historical fortress character. This is also the main part of Chios famous for production of Mastic.
Thu 2nd: Highlight today was going inland to Anavatos, a deserted medieval village on top of a ...
... back to Chios it was early afternoon and I for one felt exhausted. For me it had been the least interesting island we had visited and not worth the pre dawn start and not enough sleep. The beds are ******* board so I am not sleeping well anyway. But us culture vultures had to keep moving on as our next port of call was Mykonos which is a well known tourist haunt. Again for it to be shown on the map I have to do a separate entry even though we were there on the same ...
The apartment is just perfect and we have a lovely relaxing three days before the overnight ferry to Athens. The Raven takes a gentle stroll round the south of the island on the Sunday, and we visit a wonderful fishing village in the north for lunch on the Monday. Apart from that we just enjoy being on our own... being able to prepare our own food, do our own washing, swim in the sea, go walking/running and just catching up with reading, crocheting and contacting people/sorting ...
The vineyard turns out to be next door to the old railway marshalling yard from which Ataturk once directed the 1937 skirmishes between the Turks and the Greeks from his own private, personalized railway carriage... a carriage made by the same German firm who manufactured a mobile HQ for Uncle Adolf! The yard is now a wonderful steam-engine museum housing the said carriage. Hilli listens patiently to ...
... as in every such church in that region.
And, while we were enthralled by this church, we were told that there was an even older church, just down there, he pointed. Ducking through a smaller entrance we emerged into a smaller but similarly decorated church. This church, he told us, was 1,000 years old. The wonder of this place, we were told, was the miraculous "Mother's Milk" that dripped slowly from the ceiling of the cave into buckets on the ...