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... smile as I passed but certainly never got any such in return. They simply just stared as they passed and that was it. Was i on a prison ship or was I wearing the wrong colour clothes or what!! I simply just did not want to be here at all and was already wishing I had ridden my bike down to the south of Italy and taken a ferry from there.
Finally at about 16h30 the ferry is finally loaded and we start to depart from Venice. The weather has got even worse and a mighty strong gale has ...
... Michel in France) which was connected to the mainland by a small causeway. An ancient town with lots of people living in it and hundreds of boat cruise tourists, we felt incredibly young!
200 days was celebrated in our final days in Greece managing to have a front row seat at our campsite on the beach and a short drive away from an area called Voidokilia which had the ...
We arrived at Patras around 1.00pm after a very calm crossing. My favourite type!
Caught a a bus for a three hour trip down to Athens. It followed the coast a lot of the way which was really interesting with lots of little villages dotted all the way down. A lot of ...
... Sweet. We wandered around and up into the castle itself climbing the steep stairs and looking out onto the city. There were incredible views that went on for miles. We clambered out onto the ramparts and wondered who else had watched the views from ages past,maybe watching for invaders or even just trading ships.
When we came out the bottom hubby was being silly and he used the knocker on the big wooden door ...
... if I was ok between coughing fits. Unfortunately his driving left a lot to be desired and after the scariest hour I’ve endured on the road we arrived at the hostel to find that we couldn’t pay. Apparently Italian taxis don’t accept visa (or any cards at that) and atms aren’t in abundance in small town Italy. Thankfully after a lot of confusion and some awkward Italian arguing, the owner of our hostel let us enough money to pay the taxi driver and finally go to ...