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... a group of four wild goats. Of course at first they were a bit scared of me and the bike but I soon had their trust and after that I had friends for life. As normal goats being goats were all over me and seeking attention like mad. They had me laughing out loud with their actions. As mad as hatters they were.
Finally I just had to say goodbye to them and continue my ride up this long and bumpy pass road. At times this road was simply dirt and was extremely narrow as ...
... in every direction, a very steep-sided gorge on one side, incredibly high mountains (and even snow on some, in mid-June) and a longer gorge out to a broad river valley visible on the other. Before we could leave, though, one of the other monks approached us and insisted that we visit the kitchen to sample their sweets. The sweets turned out to be a kind of jellied candy covered with powdered sugar that were superb and a delight.
We returned in improving weather down ...
... hikes in the Vikos Gorge area we were able to contract the car for another day though the agent seemed genuinely disappointed by this decision. It wasn't until later that we realized that she probably used the car when it wasn't rented but we were happy to have it for another day of exploration in these amazing mountains and gorges. Our dinner and evening in town was pleasant and we returned to our terrific boutique hotel in time to turn in early for the next day's hiking.
We were able to enjoy another terrific breakfast at our hotel in Kastraki, Guesthouse Lithos, and to visit the last of the six Meteora monasteries. Of course, the views from the top, after making the necessary long climb up, were spectacular and we lingered a little longer than usual not really wanting to leave the area. But we'd seen everything we came to see and had the next part of the northern mountains portion of the trip in front of us so off we went. ...
... even walk straight. It seems, thus, kind of annoying that we have to carry all our staff throughout the village, since you have to leave your car out of its center. The hosts of our traditional guesthouse, Stavraetos, seem gracious, but I am too tired to notice. So, when I wake up the next morning, there a lot of things that I am noticing for the first time. Like that the village is completely built in stone, on top of a mountain, facing a gorge. ...