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  • Day82


    November 27, 2018 in Greece ⋅ 🌧 17 °C

    Nachdemm d Mili e Salzduschi bechoo het vom Meer wils eso "gstürmt" het, simmer zersch mal ga Auto wäsche (lah). Uund es het wider feini Gebäck vom Becker geh... Olivebrot, Spinat-blätterteig-schnägg und eine mit Feta. Die Blätterteigdinger gits da überall und sie sind sooo guet! Ah ja, en Vanillechuächä hets auna geh... :D

    Zabig simmer denn a das hüpschä Plätzli choo... Würkli eis wos under oisi Besteliste schafft :)
    Es isch en milde Abig gsii und mir sind immer wider use ghochet, bis jewils de nöchsti Räge cho isch...

    Hüt Morge simmer natürli namal ga Spaziere und nach paar Minute laufe hets grägnet wie us Chübel, mer sind bis uf d Unzgi nass worde und hends aber cheibe Lustig ghaa... Wegem Aablick vo oisem Hund... Völlig verdruckt mit gsänktem Chopf und fasch zuene Auge isch sie ois hinne nah trottet - so alla "wää Leutee! Ich bin nöd wasserdicht, stelled das ab!"
    Wenn sie wüssti wie knuffig sie grad uusgseht - wienen nasse Teddybär. (Nöd grad so Alfa/Chef mässig wie si immer tuet bi anderne Hünd :) )
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  • Day64

    Die Freiheit der Richtungsänderung

    December 14, 2018 in Greece ⋅ 🌧 14 °C

    Abschied von Zitsa- ein tolles Dorf und wir waren für kurze Zeit ein Teil davon:
    - unbegrenztes Schlemmen in der Bäckerei
    - Großmutters Essen jeden Tag
    - Wasserfarben- und Badewannenparty
    - spezieller Zitsawein aus der Vinery
    - Kostas Geschichten
    - schlafen in einer Bibliothek
    - tolle Gespräche
    - Besuch der Familienfarm

    Ein bisschen wehmütig verlassen wir Zitsa und die Wärme (im doppelten Sinne) der Bäckerei. Natürlich nicht ohne einen Kofferraum voll Brot, Brötchen, Plätzchen, selbstgemachte Nudeln und Sesamkringeln für die weitere Fahrt. Für uns geht es nun ganz anders weiter als gedacht. Wir fahren mit der Fähre von Igoumenitsa nach Ancona, durchqueren Italien von Ost nach West :-), und nehmen dann eine weitere Fähre nach Barcelona. Wir wollen über Spanien nach Marokko. Nach einigen Vergleichen von Klimadiagrammen erscheint uns die Türkei leider im Januar doch zu nass zu sein. Bei Nässe ist unser Bulliuniversum schnell sehr klein. In Andalusien und Marokko erhoffen wir uns etwas wärmere und trockenere Tage... wir werden sehen. Da uns in diesem Jahr niemand sagt, was wir zu tun haben, können wir also auch das kurz und frei entscheiden :-), Türkei dann eben beim nächsten Mal.
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  • Day82

    En schöne Platz! (@Sämi? )

    November 27, 2018 in Greece ⋅ 🌧 19 °C

    Sehr hüpsch daa, die Strass am Meer entlang. Eich supper zum da pfuuse, aber für ois hüt echli Windig/ Stürmisch und nass.
    Aber für anderi wo mal da verbii chemed (Sami? :) ) vilicht supper. (au für in Summer - Schatte/Strand/Duschene, Strandbar ev.)

    Bim wiiterfahre chömemer a ganz viel Manderindliplantage verbii. Alli sind lüchtig orange und riif für de Samichlaus! Sini hälfer sind grad fliissig am Lastwäge vollbiige, damits rechtsziitig bis zum 6.12. bim Chlaus aachömed ;)
    Und mir zwei hend immer denkd die Manderindli chemed sicher us Triibhüüser, das cheng ja nid sii das die genau im Winter riif sind... :)
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  • Day83

    Änother Strand

    November 28, 2018 in Greece ⋅ 🌧 13 °C

    Gester hemmer de Tag eifach chli la Tag sii und sind denn schlussendli amene wiitere Strändli glandet. De eini Mensch wo verbii cho isch het ois na 5 Manderindli gschänkt wommer denn grad schnabuliert hend... Mmmh
    Zum Znacht hemmer denn endli mal na de Härdöpfelstock vo Schwedä gmacht. ;)
    Hüt gahts ab nach Albanie... mir sind gspannt!
    Uund mer hend miteme liächtä Schreckä festgstellt das mer hüt abig innere Wuche dihei sind... uiuiui!
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  • Day443

    Pagania, mainland Greece

    July 2, 2018 in Greece ⋅ ☀️ 27 °C

    OK so I spoke too soon the SD card we picked up was a C-Map 4D even though we had told the lady in the shop that our Furuno chart plotter would only take NT, NT+, and Max. We think that that’s what she told the engineer but either he didn’t believe her or thought there was no way anyone would have anything that old! We don’t know but we paid for it and brought it on board to try but as expected the chart plotter panicked and didn’t get off the opening page. I called and told the store that the card was no good and could they get the one we had asked for and given them the number of, the lady wouldn’t confirm over the phone she just wanted us to go in again the next morning. We did and then had to come back to boat to get existing chip and operators manual to confirm that what we had asked for was what we needed. Great! So anyway we now have to wait till Wednesday (the 4th) to get the card hopefully the right one this time. We were originally told Tuesday but hey this is Greek time so no surprise that’s it’s a day later. We also got to experience the Greek postal system, it would appear that only post offices can sell stamps so we managed to find a post office and we were the only ones who actually wanted to post anything others were paying bills, collecting money and other things that took ages with obviously only 2staff working and queue almost out the door. William your birthday present is on its way but I really have no idea when it will arrive.
    Well rather than stay on the anchorage which was getting crowded as apparently lots of boats have to move out of the marina for Fri Sat Sun as that’s the change over dates for the charter boat companies and the marina needs all the berths, we decided to go across to the mainland. We found this lovely little very protected bay a dog leg where the noisiest things were the cicadas and the cows, the only habitation was a farm though we had had to dodge a fair few fish farms to get into the bay. We had to navigate there, the old fashioned way with a paper chart, fortunately it was day light and clear so we were fine. Sorry no photos of anchorage was too busy relaxing but I have attached some scenery ones and one of me drinking the blue wine we bought back in Almerimar, yes blue!
    We are now back at Gouvia anchorage as like I said we were told Tuesday but now it’s Wednesday hopefully.
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  • Day447

    End Bay S of Mourtos

    July 6, 2018 in Greece ⋅ 🌙 26 °C

    So after a very peaceful if very warm night yesterday we have continued south. (Oh I must take this opportunity to thank my mum for, I would say helping me but really she did most of the work, making our sunshade for Take Five without it I would definitely have melted by now.) We aren’t managing to travel very far as it gets so hot we need to anchor and get in the water, but today, not in accordance with the forecast I might add, there was a southerly breeze for the morning we made it down to Nisis Sivota and Mourtos where we then pottered around looking for an anchorage that was shallow enough and had enough space for us well we ended up in End Bay. There are some very flash apartments well I think that’s what they are might be houses and a hotel complex. We had hoped to go out to Paxos and Antipaxos but the weather this weekend off the coast is a bit much for us so we will stay on the mainland, our books do say that at the weekend both islands get very busy with trippers so hopefully it’s not too big a loss. First 3photos are at tonight’s anchorage the other three are boats we’ve seen in last few days. I tried to photograph a Mitchel that John saw today but it was too small.Read more

  • Day446

    Ormiskos Valtou N of Igoumenista

    July 5, 2018 in Greece ⋅ ☀️ 29 °C

    We eventually managed to get the correct chip, on American Independence Day. So after two more nights anchored off Gouvia waiting for the chip and then another because it arrived late in the day we headed South. I would give you a blow by blow account but it just winds me up but while waiting I swam from our anchorage to the chapel in the bay photo 3 and also took pictures of some of the plastic fantastics in the Marina and there were a lot (photo 1 & 2) On Thursday morning we headed south past Corfu Town and then across the channel to our next anchorage which was beautiful so peaceful just cicadas and egrets to keep us company, well there were also some fish but they didn’t come out until after we had put the fishing rods away and then they were leaping joyously out the water. Photos 4 5&6. I am also now reading Eleni which is based in a mountain village close to Pagania and Igoumenitsa about one woman’s struggle through the Second World War and Greek civil war that formed part of WW2 and continued until 1949 its a very good read.Read more

  • Day3

    Fährpassage nach Griechenland.

    September 3, 2017 in Greece ⋅ ⛅ 28 °C

    Die Fahrt dauert rund 24 Stunden wir werden also am Abend in Igoumenitsa anlegen. Das Wetter wird wie erwartet besser und Schönwetterwolken zieren die vorbeiziehende albanischen Küste.

    Wie erwarten legen wir mit rund 4 Stunden Verspätung in Igoumenitsa an. Rampe runter raus und weg, das ging aber Zackig.

    Zum Weiterfahren ist es nun zu spät, ich verabschiede mich von den Allgäuern und fahre zu nächsten Camp.
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  • Day863

    Auf nach Griechenland...

    August 17, 2018 in Greece ⋅ 🌙 28 °C

    So schön wie Albanien aufgehört hat, fängt Griechenland an. Nach dem obligatorischen Grenzfoto radeln wir weiter und freuen uns über die schöne Landschaft. Einen großen Teil unseres weiteren Weges fahren wir völlig allein auf einer kleinen, von Autos unbefahrenen asphaltierten Straße mitten durch riesige Orangenplantagen. Am Abend erreichen wir Igoumenitsa, wo wir auf dem Campingplatz Drepano direkt am Meer unsere erste Nacht auf griechischem Boden verbringen.Read more

You might also know this place by the following names:

Nomós Thesprotías, Nomos Thesprotias, Thesprotia, Thespròtia, Θεσπρωτία, Tesprótida, Thesprotía

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