Spiros-Soula Family Hotel & Apartments
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... just a little at the side of the road, as we climbed it steadily became deeper until it was about 2 feet deep, the road was clear of snow, but narrow in places. We stopped at the top of the hill to take a photo of the remains if a row of windmills built along the ridge. The wind was strong and bitterly cold as we trampled in the snow to get a good shot. We drove down a short way and then climbed again passing ...
... closed, just a few tavernas and cafes were doing business. It's still bitterly cold so we don't wander about for too long. Heading back to the campsite we noticed signs for Karteros Canyon, intrigued we followed the signs, a few miles later after passing through some villages we turned onto a track leading into the canyon we ducked and dived through olive trees and four foot tall reeds, we crossed 3 fords coming to ...
... the road. We were out about an hour other than a couple of cars we didn't see a soul, this could be because of the thick fog of dried sea spray covering our glasses!! When we got back Les took the hob apart, he couldn't find anything wrong with it other than the control board was full of dust, he gave it a good clean and reassembled it, it started first time, it's fascinating how much dust and grit we get in side Dream Catcher. It was ...
... military base. One of these buildings has been converted into a large aquarium attraction. The write up says that it's excellent. A stray dog decided to follow us and it took us ages to persuade him to go away. Back at dream catcher we did some blogging as the weather deteriorated into snow and hail storms. The lady on the office here told us in her 45 years living here she had never seen snow at sea level. It made us wonder if it's us that attracts bad weather, those of you ...
... car, but we didn't know which side to pass, the officer was just sitting in his vehicle. We inched along on our side of the road until we could see some large rocks blocking the way. We sneaked pass them as another police car pulled up.
We headed for a camp site on the other side if the city hoping it would be open, we have read different reports about it being open all year. We found it and yes it was open. ...