Hotel The Silk
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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 ...
... semitic (maybe wrong term - dark skinned but not negro...) come quickly roadside of the rear of his trailer. I was still in motion with the opposite traffic and as I came around his tail, I saw a mad throng of such youngsters furiously pulling the cargo out of the trailer: grabbing and throwing to eager hands on the street that were scattering from the scene with booty in their paws!
I don't know what's wrong with me, but my first ...
... 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 ...
... br> No Dino didn't want to stay in Greece he wanted to leave then and there. We asked about Italy.
"Sure no problem, there is one at 6 tonight going to Bari."
"Ah, but is it available?"
Click, click, click "Yes."
"OK we will take it." (€53 each to Bari, one way on deck)
Our Greek adventure although short had already come to an end. Dino hated Greece the first time around and it wasn't any better this time. He is ...
... 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 ...