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... altitude of about 1,000 M. It was beyond us how the bus driver was able to maneuver the bus with such skill, when there oncoming cars and others wanted to pass. In the end, we arrived alive at our hotel.
After checking in to this amazing hotel and having a quick dip in the pool, we had some down time to relax before heading to a small market area for some amazing views. The market was like something one would imagine seeing ...
From Meteora we decided to head for the coastline on our way towards Istanbul, still about 1000km away. We were able to drive on a great motorway without tolls until the near the end when we sadly took a wrong turn, which cost an unnecessary €10. We find that our GPS navigation system for Greece is not up to date and this has left us in the lurch several times. We are getting wiser as we ...
How do you describe a
different country? It's completely new. Not a new state. Not a new place to
eat. It is completely new and incomparable, but I will do my best!
Now I know that this is a very short entry. Unfortunately just after my arrival I became quite sick. I didn't have the energy to do anything after the long days of hiking to
post in my blog and it’s a great regret that I have. ...
A lovely walk along the beach in the wind, blew away the cobwebs. We then set off back up the hill to find a shop to buy milk and bread. We stopped at a village called Tsagarada where the plane tree in the centre is said, 'To be one of the largest and oldest in Greece'. We managed to get our few supplies at the local shop. . We then continued along the main road to Milies, where the 1895 narrow gauge railway begins/ ends, The train is known locally as 'The little train'. There is ...
A bit if exercise in the beach to start the day, well for Logan anyway. Then we start the long climb back up from the coast to the main road around the peninsular which runs around about half way up the mountains, with roads that cut across the top at intervals along it. We stopped to buy diesel and then to call at the postal agency. We parked, checked emails as there is signal just here and walked to the postal agency. It was closed, off again to the next ...