Hotel Apartments Kleopatra
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... tower houses up on hill we were passing. Checked out a cemetery up near the tower houses - was full of little houses that had the crypts inside.
Drive down to the tip was just breathtaking scenery, rugged mountains, plungig down into the sea below. Bit sad at the end as this represented the further point on the trip - it's all homeward bound now.
Drove back up to Gythio, and spent the night in a restaurant carpark, right on the water ...
... good long chat with an Italian guy and his wife who pulled up next to us. We couldn't decide if the white rocks on the beach were natural of had been put there - 5 or 6m out in the water they stopped and it was a nice sandy bottom from there ...
Wandered into Pylos for coffee and to catch up on facebook and skype, then headed off for a short drive, with the aim of visiting the castels at Methoni and Koroni. Methoni was a pretty extensive old fort on a peninsular.
Driving into Koroni turned into a bit of debacle of tiny narrow cobbled streets and squares - found ourselves down in the middle ...
Today was our last day I was so upset, I wish we didn't have to come home to ****** england We got on the coach, and this little 7 year old called Lewis said "Bye bye Stoupa, back to ****** old England!" I felt so sorry for him, but it does show something if a little boy thinks England's ****** Anyway, so the rep said we had an hour delay so that made it even worse! We got into the airport and checked ...
Last night, we stayed at the Steki for tea. I had a feta, tomato, onion, and olive toastie and it was beautifulperfectoᖟ 7; Today, I went for another walk in the olive groves The views were great and there was even a few boats fishing Me, Megan and Joey went in the sea and just bobbed around for about two hours ...
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