Peloponnese


Two days and a half driving, we arrived to Ioaninna – centre west Greece near the albanian border. A Sunday evening spent, first tasting some of the internationally reputed dishes – and a few new others -, replenishing energy for a stroll around the charming fortified walls of this city; brought us serenity for Monday’s affairs, the usual across the border “(…) get yourself in order (…)” tasks of getting an internet stick…and go!

Down we went to the city of Patras, expecting to crag in the Peloponnese peninsula and, out around for other greek myths. Efharisto Thanassis.

Up in the hills of the surprisingly varied landscaped peninsula; local Yannis at Alepochori.

Alepochori, up in the hills of the surprisingly varied landscape peninsula; with good quality rock and routes. Yannis, a local.

Breakfast at Alepochori with a kind traveling committed family: three baby childs, Swiss to Greece on the road...

Breakfast at Alepochori with a kind, traveling family: three baby children, Switzerland-Greece on the road…Ph.Thanassis Sotiropoulos

To be Continued…

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2 comments

  1. Alo Alo…
    Então essa vida? Sempre grandes sitios. Essa ida a Albania tenho na cabeça faz tempo. Um gajo até se esquece que existe esse pais.
    Se aparecerem por estas datas festivas digam coisas.
    Passagem de ano será pela serra do Caldeirão.
    Grande abraço e beijinhos
    PS: flores secas na foto de cima são de Phlomis purpurea, parecida com a salvia…

    • Oi, oi JP,
      A vida vai bem e continuamos a curtir a viagem.
      Cruzar a Albânia foi uma grande experiência…
      Vamos ficar por estes lados, talvez a passagem de ano seja pela Turquia.
      🙂 As flores faziam um manto muita curtido na base desta parede.
      Curtam!

      Abraço e bjs

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