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We started the day with a walk to The Owl Cave, the track was overgrown with dwarf holly bushes, we felt like pin cushions within a few minutes. The search for the cave was unsuccessful, and the bushes help us make the decision to give up. Next a trip into town, we have a couple of things to post and we really have to buy some food! First stop is the phone top up shop, we manage to get our top up of 5 euros for Internet and also 5 euros of phone credit that ...
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We spent three nights in Stavros, which is part of Chalkidiki. We stayed with Dads friend Vicky, who has triplets, Steffi, Spiro and Lambos. We had a lot of fun. We watched movies at night time, including Spiderman 1, Spiderman 2 and Thor. Every afternoon we played hide and seek with all the cousins including Stella, Sophia and Pano. One day we went to a really cool beach where we had a whole section of the beach to ourselves with umbrellas ...
... A couple of days ago we played golf on the nearby Porto Carras course (part of a horrible massive hotel resort) and in reality the reason for me choosing here as a stop over. The course was very interesting in design but in very poor condition. Very dry, and greens and fairways bare in patches. We were going to play twice but decided that it wasn't worth the even the 40E they charged. Clearly a struggling venture most of the players were expats from ...
... not see one nice individually owned house in Bulgaria and in the country side all the gardens were intensive food growing allotments. There were very few plant nurseries in Bulgaria but in both Greece and Turkey there are lots, I think nurseries are a reflection of affluence they are nice but not necessary. On the other hand Bulgaria looks naturally richer, the soil looked fantastic and amount of beautiful woodland was a testament to the rainfall.