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Our Peloponnese tour has had to come to an end, and the ferry taking us to Italy is calling. It is with deep regret we didn't have more time in Greece. It seems like this has been a common theme this year. Vanning here has been a breeze, with lovely sites, cheap, delicious food and free camping abundant. Though I guess we better not leave Laura’s sister abandoned at the airport in Rome.
... went to the restaurant he recommended Sto Kioupi and had a lovely meal but GJ was feeling a little unwell ( we think from the lunch at Mistras ) so she left early. Dinner was EU 33 which seems to be about the norm. One other thing I should mention here is that the plumbing in Greece is not the best and everywhere you go there are signs in the toilet warning you not to put paper down... certainly takes some getting used to and I won't go into details but I'm sure your imagination can fill in the blanks!!
... no water that was easily accessible. This was another really depressing reminder of the state of Greece as the marina was really a boat graveyard for forgotten boats with one fairly large yacht having sunk at the jetty, just the masts sticking out of the water at a thirty degree angle. Eerie! There were people that lived there on a permanent basis just surviving in their rotting boats. We were glad to move on again.
To be continued…..
... mode of transport: the car.
Greece being a member of the European continent is a right-side-drive nation, so it was with strong, but rational anxiety that Leanne took her first few minutes in the vehicle. After a few laps of the car-park for her, and a few moments trying to unfold the world's most enormous map for me, we were out of the airport and on our way. I toyed with the idea of trying to avoid the tolls but quickly decided that that decision was firmly in the ...
... the madhouse that was the bus park at the foot of the huge hill which the Parthenon and Acropolis is perched on, we had a choice: brave the century heat and walk half a kilometre to see the ruins or pike out and have a coffee at a local cafe! We could see the ruins were covered in scaffold due to cleaning being carried out, and not being in a ruins frame of mind Mumsie and I chose to coffee - finding a beaut air conditioned place with great coffee, a friendly ...
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