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... we drove down to the seafront a family are helping the local priest put up Christmas lights outside the small church. It's still only early 2.30pm, but we have had a few long days recently. We parked on the pebble beach and whilst Les had a nap I sorted through some photos on the computer. Logan was outside enjoying watching small fishing boats chugging in and out of the tiny harbour. In contrast to yesterday it's very still here and the sea just Laps onto the beach, it's very ...
... which most if the walking routes follow. We failed at the first hurdle, we couldn't find the first pathway, marked with a red mark, which should have turned off the road climbing back the way we had driven. We decided to carry on up the road as the path should rejoin it higher up. When we got to a junction and as the weather is still damping we decided to stick to the road. The wind last night has blown fruit off the trees and there is a very large ...
... the effort from what we have heard. I forgot to mention that we lost a wheel off one of the suitcases so I had to carry one suitcase, pull one and wear a backpack, I felt like a pack mule.
I read in the newspaper today that the UK is settling in for some hurricane and wet weather, I have to admit we felt slightly smug when boarding the plane today if not a little sorry for poor old blighty.
Catch you all soon, I will add some photos ...
... village of Makrynitsa which
was a 40 minute climbing mountain drive. It was very pretty and
quaint with wonderful huge plane and chestnut trees but the view of
Volos Bay was patchy through the mist and clouds which cleared a bit
later in the day after we left. In spite of the weather, it was an
awesome view of the bay. The economy here can't be suffering too
much as the city had plenty of fancy shops and ...
... on Thessaly would have much more to do in it, and looked like it was just a 40 minute train ride away. We walked around town and finally found the train station, but everything was in Greek. The lady at the counter spoke a little English and told us we needed to take a bus instead, and pointed us in the direction of the bus station. We then made it to the bus station and had the same problem...EVERYTHING was in Greek. The guy at the counter here had a map ...