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Antiquities in the Peloponnese and the Blue Seas of the Cyclades

One of Greece’s most visited sights was unknown to us, until we met the young, professional, online poker playing Geordie, hiking in Montenegro. He had most of the background information wrong, except to say Meteora must be mystical. 2,159 more words

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Travel theme - the writing's on the wall.....

For this week’s travel theme the topic is ‘Writing’.

I have chosen to show you some of the many signs I have collected from our sailing adventures in Greece. 64 more words

22nd July – Amorgos to Leros “Adios Amorgos”

Predict Wind is on the money, we are happy to make a break and head out with a reefed main into a sloppy confused seaway.  As expected, we spend the best part of two hours getting around the top of Amorgos before a sailing angle opens up and we enjoy a much less confused sea. 133 more words

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20th July - Amorgos Investigations

The wind continues to belt through all day with speed at up to 40 knots once again.  I head for a walk to Chora, up a winding hill to the other side of the island directly across.  296 more words

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19th July - Amorgos "stuck"

On further examination of the weather via Predict Wind, we find ourselves stuck here in Amorgos for a number of days due to the increased wind as the Meltemi sets in.  279 more words

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18th July - Levitha to Amorgos

Leaving at first light, we watch the sun rise as we head out of Levitha towards Amorgos with a rising swell and wind.  It is a headwind which although annoying, is manageable in our yacht. 328 more words

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