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... ancient site, high above the village with commanding views of the surrounding mountain and valley vistas and the center of Greek society.
ASIDE: Another senior moment for Andy ............ this time he lost Lynn at the Delphi site!!!
Long story short ......... left Lynn at the entrance as the site was very steep ..... mountain goat territory.
Scampered around the site maneuvering past the hordes and negotiating the ...
... there are olive trees growing ... Paddocks, in the middle of the highway, in front gardens and in pots. The other plant that dominates is the oleander which grows along every main road and down the centre as well. Lamia was our lunch stop before moving on towards Kalambaka. On the way, we went through a small town where storks from South Africa come each year to breed. There were a number of storks nesting on top of power poles and bell tower. Kalambaka is a ...
... road up to the monasteries driving past so many a spectacular viewing spot. We decided on one monastery to check out so off we trekked, down and then back up. The monastery itself was nice to see inside but it is the view from up here that makes it so special. Lonely planet suggested that women have to wear long skirts to enter the monastery, but I was one of about 50% of the woman who abided by this so perhaps the monks ...
... under the Rio-Antirio Bridge, the longest cable-stayed suspension bridge in the world that consists of five cable-stayed spans and four pylons, and it's 9,449 feet long. The Captain woke us up at 3AM for the few of us who wanted to get up to watch our transit. I took some pictures, but the quality is not that great, because of the moving ship ...
... hotel already! Ron was doing the wait while I pushed our luggage so we can at least get them loaded on. Finally we got checked out and ran to the bus. After 20 minutes of maneuvering through Monday traffic, we came to an assembly point where guests were reassigned to new buses based on their length of the tour selected.
At 8:30 we had everyone settled in and our guide, Maria, came in to take the role call. She explained that it was a 3 hour drive to Delphi (180 km) ...