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We set off fairly early as its a 2 hour drive through the mountains to see the famous gorge and surrounding national park.
we visited the visitor centre first and had some friendly and very helpful advise from the young lady who spoke excellent English.
We we then set about visiting several of the old towns on the mountain and then the gorgeous gorge itself!
A fantastic day, if a little long, but definitely worthwhile.
... on are insane! It reminded me a lot of the pancake rocks. Inside one of the chapels was pretty amazing too, reminded me slightly of the Sistine chapel. A group of us went to wonder around the shops and every second shop was a bakery. It all looked ...
... so we decided to walk for the day, the first Monastery was St Nicholas. It was one of the smaller ones but by no means was it least impressive. When we got to the gate we realised that it was a pretty steep hike up to the base before you even get to the stairs to climb up into it. When you get to the door of the Monastery they make you put on these sexy long pants and shirts for men and a tie up skirt and shirts for women as they just like you to be covered up as part of ...
Today was so much fun. We went to Metéora The word metéora means "middle of the sky", "suspended in the air" or "in the heavens above". It is one of the largest and most important complexes of Eastern Orthodox monasteries in Greece, second only to Mount Athos. There are six monasteries built on natural sandstone rock pillars. These "rocks" are absolutely awe inspiring and how these monasteries are built on the edges of them is ...
... in recent years they allow girls to go inside but they still need to put on long skirts and they must cover their shoulders (thatīs why you will see Tez all covered up in the pictures…quite funny, though :)).
The first look at the Great Meteoron was overwhelming. It is the feeling of amusement because you ask yourself how a group of monks in the 14th century could build something so impressively big up there. In order to be able to go inside we had to climb a ...