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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Sure enough as we arrived at the supermarket, Lidl, on the outskirts of town, tree branches were strewn everywhere, the roadside full of water and drivers navigating the crest in the centre. Outside Lidl was a large pile of hailstones. There had obviously been quire a storm. We stepped out of the camper in mild rain and found the temperature around 20C. This is the coolest weather we have been in for months. Nice.
We get our supplies, which includes ...
... the Halkidiki Peninsular about 50Km further on. That's where we headed. The north part of the peninsular is a bit like the palm of a hand with three fingers extending southwards into the Aegean Sea. We were aiming for the closest but somehow ended up on the middle finger, at Camp Kouyoni.
It was after 9pm and we had been on the road for 12 hours including our numerous detours and breaks, so it was definitely time for a stopover and evening at the ...
... smiling welcome and the lady at reception was extremely well mannered. In fact, every person i have met today while travelling through Greece have been so friendly. What a change from that miserable Greek crew on that ship!!
Tomorrow I plan to head onwards and over the border into Montenegro and hopefully stay in the town of Debar which is right on the border to Albania but as always only time will tell.
Good night from the wonderful AAR Hotel & Spa in ...
... very small village, but with moderately priced accommodation and meals. We stayed here for €40. Also a great viewpoint, and the point from which you can descend into the gorge and continue all the way to Monodendri.
Konitsa: A pleasant town whose main street switchbacks up from the bridge, with the town centre at the top. Good options for accommodation, meals and shops. We stayed at the ...
... excitement. And in the next couple of days, we really explore the area, visiting villages, rivers and waterfalls (rather large ones, for greek standards that is ;), but mostly walking in natural paths under the crisp November weather. Most of the villages in the area are not as scenic as Sirrako (where we stayed) and nearby Kalarites, but these two are really beautiful. The waterfalls outside the village Katarraktis are worth a visit and so does the tiny ...