One part of all holidays that always seems to come very quickly is the day when you have to leave and return to the United Kingdom. You may remember reading a hint on last Thursday’s post that the journey home… Continue reading
The Eastern side of Kalymnos is less inhabited than the West of the island; and a following short drive, only a few kilometers from Pothia, you arrive in the “second” Kalymnian valley.
Mountain villages are very common throughout Greece and many without electricity, roads or a mains water supply still exist both on the mainland and on the many islands.
I am a fan of small villages in Greece, because they usually have fewer tourists and fewer shops. Such a place is accessible from Kalymnos by boat – regular ones run every day from 8am until 12 midnight to this… Continue reading
One of my favourite villages on Kalymnos is Emborios (Εμπορειός), the northern-most inhabited part of the island. Emborios is located about 27km North from this island’s capital, Pothia (Πόθια).
If you have been wondering why my blog hasn’t been updated for a few weeks, the answer is (unsurprisingly) that I have been on my annual holiday to Greece.