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... It was a short walk there and we tried to find shade along the way as it was really hot today. It was amazing being there at a magnificent part of history. There were signs with drawings on them of what buildings used to look like and there is a very big difference to how it is today.
We wondered around for a bit and then came across the running track which is what we ...
... I learn so much about words, history and culture from speaking your language. It’s easy for me to pronounce and I was even getting comfortable reading your alphabet, with its artistic letters.
I used to think your people sounded like they were angry or shouting at each other when they spoke Greek, but now I can see it’s just their passionate way of being. And I love it!
Your passion and genuine care
After being in quiet, ...
... at the top there was a white iconic Greek church. From here, you could see all the lights of the town and there was probably more to the ruins but it was too dark to find anything else. On the way down, I accidently strayed from the path and started descending directly down the mountain. After a couple minutes, I realised this was getting too steep and like ...
... Mikro xorio, Voutiro or Korishades. Not bad, but there are much more scenic villages in Greece The only village that really stands out is Fidakia. It is about an hour away from Karpenisi, on a truly snake like road (fidakia=small snakes afterall :)), but the views are worth it. Lush forests and a snake like lake in the bottom. Plus, the village it self, small and quite, but scenic and ...
... to a few surrounding islands. Within the next few days we visited Aegina and Poros. Both islands didnt really have the island feel because you could see the main land so close, but the seafood was great. Aegina was the island of pistachios apparently... there were pistachio groves all over the island and every restaurant featured some great cuisine all involving pistachios. For instance, we ate a pistachio bruchetta for an apateizer in combonation with a STINKY soft cheese ...