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... of land. After a short walk, a perv on the local fishermen and getting thoroughly lost we made it to Gytheio/Gythion/Gythio. Our camp for the night was beachside a 70’s shipwreck which had apparently run aground following a smuggling run amongst other tall stories. It now makes for a very photogenic spot. We were treated to another Greek seafood feast in town, along with the required liter of wine and ...
... Maybe it's too large a blanket to spread, but I would imagine that most of those folks are from countries that the U.S. has bombed the hell out of in order to 'spread peace and democracy'! Bravo U.S. corporate militarism! You have managed to make the world a more desperate place...Malakas!
For whatever ill-reasoned notion, I had made up my mind to try and cycle to Athens. By the main, new highway, it was about a little more than 100 ...
... without rhyme or reason.
Out of the city mess and into the countryside we headed along the coast. Along the way we only went through about 4 no entry signs. But the alternative seemed to be the motorway so we just squeezed through the construction regardless. No one seemed to obey any of the other signs, and as expected didn't care about us not following these ones!
Soon we were rolling ...
I'm going to say that this is going to be an updated blog and re-read this post because right now, i can't tell you how much I hate Greece, right now. First off, let me tell you, they are more rude then the Czechs. I mean like 10x ruder. If Greece wasn't such a beautiful country...Let me take that back, if the islands weren't so beautiful, i don't think i'd ever step foot in Greece, again.
The hassle I have had to get out of this country, to get into this country, ...
... the Glyftokastro near Arla, just north-east of the northern tip of Santomeri. We went via the village of Charavgi on the eastern slopes of the ridge, which meant a few kilometres of gravelly dirt track. It was quite an exciting trek, and the views up to the ridge and east to the valley were spectacular, but for the sake of the Bongo we resolved to avoid too much dirt track in future!
After the disappointment at Portes it was good to see ...