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... br> Mystra was next, another Byzantine site. It seems they love to build into the hillside. This sprawling complex from the 13th centaury spanned several acres along the hill with some amazingly intact churches/fortresses and streets. It made for some uncomfortable walking if your Laura and didn’t realize there were no toilets until the exit, 4 hours later. Making for the beach again we turned ...
... to Anastasis is quite modern now - it is sealed. Very steep and zig zag. Only 65 people live here, so we were stared at by the few people we saw in the way in. When we were almost at the house we were heading to, that of George and Chrissoula we stopped to figure our which driveway to take. As they are up a steep hill. A local stopped to try and help us. He had his wife with him and all the kids in the back of the ute. Unfortunately he had no ...
... panels produced so much power that Orca’s electrical system gave warnings of too much current going into the batteries, to remedy this we turned on as many electrical appliances that we could. We at least we now knew that our new wind generator worked.
On the third morning the gusts had dropped to about half the strength, so we chanced moving on. The reports from passageweather.com indicated lighter winds further up the Gulf of Korinth. ...
... fixed at a bike shop, then I found an electronics store that sells cameras. All this in one afternoon! I love it when things are easy. I did have to settle on the camera, though. The selection wasn’t too great, but after what happened to my last camera, I decided to get a water and shock proof camera. I got the Olympus TG-320, which cost me $210, a bit more than the $130 price tag on Amazon.com. It looks solid, but I am going to miss ...
... but feel like you might end up over the edge, it was crazy and definitely the most craziest bus ride i had been on but we survived that.
Once off the bus we went inside to ask the lady who worked there where to find our hotel, she didn't speak any English. So we went for a walk and found an internet place, we looked up on the net where our hotel, which according to the map was on the road we were on right now. So we walked up and down the road, couldn't find it, we walked up ...