We were about to descend into the town of Parga and spotted this church. I swept out the inside, David swept the outside terrace and we rolled our mats out and camped inside for the night. Pretty spooky with three gold alters and oil lit lanterns lighting up the many biblical faces hanging on the wall.. I tried to keep my eyes closed and pretend they weren't there, but ultimately, I didn't sleep a wink!
As mad but wonderful as a box of frogs.. we met Tammy and George in a mountain cafe situated in a spectacular national park. Adamant that they should take us with them on their weekend road trip, they tried to fit both our bikes, all our kit and us in that black car behind! It was never going to happen, but we had good fun trying!
I think these very friendly and inquisitive teenagers would like to have come with us. We had planned to camp in the yard just behind, but I think we would have had half the village kids in there with us. THey tried their best to chase us out of town, but it seems we can still out run the youngsters!
Ta Kanaria Cafe in Athens, Kerameikou 88.. Drop in and see these guys, the traditional Greek food is perfect! You will be greeted by an awesome group of people, super friendly, excited and helpful. We can not thank them enough for their hospitality and help in taking delivery of a package sent from the UK for us.. BIG UP Ta Kanaria!!!
This musician busking in Athens is originally from the Congo. We heard his voice before we had spotted him and we were incredibly moved by the sound, emotion and rawness of his voice. After speaking with him, he sang us a song written 'for the children' we can only imagine the meanings behind the words
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