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... t want, never mind we may have to call someone whilst we are in Greece, next stop the post office but it is so busy that the door is lock and there is a queue outside, we decided not to wait, we drove along the sea front to look for a supermarket, I noticed another post office, this seemed odd in a small town to have two post offices on the same street! we parked and went in, there wasn't a queue in this one and a kind fellow customer told us which desk to ...
There has been a very large tomb discovered near Amphipolis. Archaeologist date it to the time of Alexander the Great and think it might be his tomb but no evidence has been discovered yet to confirm the claim.
News Reports on the Archaeological Discovery:
http://www.foxnews.com/science/2014/08/ 27/alexander-great-era-tomb-will-soon-r ...
... We jumped from a pontoon. At first I was a little scared, but then I got used to it. We ate hotdogs for lunch. Then we all played cricket on the beach. We also had a big BBQ at night.
One day Lambos and I went with a friend Alecko to look for Mussels on a beach. We had to walk through rocks to find the mussels. It was fun. They cooked the Mussels for dinner that night.
I can't wait to go back to Thessaloniki to see our friends again.
Owing to the stressful time over the last few weeks.....really.... we decided to have a few days off on the beach.
We are staying in the very pretty Greek village of Neos Marmaras. I have to admit that before we planned this trip I didn't even know this area existed. Not sure what it would be like at the height of summer but in the first week of June the place has clearly not really opened up and it's really nice and quiet. Temperature is a tough ...
The drive was only about 450 KM but it took forever on small roads with pot holes in Bulgaria. Crossing from Bulgaria to Greece the customs were yet again confused but 'Ferri Bot Istanbul' explained everything. The Greek customs guy approached the car looking at the Arabic number plates and said very slowly "Do you speak English?". Should I have confessed, after all these years elsewhere, "yes, only English really, but the first 50 words of badly ...