Saturday, 28 June 2014

Neolithics rock.

We then walked along the cliffs for about 3 kms to the little fishing village of Ghar Lapsi. The walk was rough and largely barren though tough scrubby wildflowers abounded. Ghar Lapsi was isolated and only accessible by car or foot - there is a bus stop but the drivers refuse to come down the steep hill, maybe because they fear their old vehicles might never make the climb back. The swimming hole was splendid and full of locals though not really crowded.

I don't have any photos of the second half of the walk because I decided to walk to the top of the hill and catch the bus home. I was all Neolithed out. Pauline and Denis arrived back four weary hours later.

We then went to a local restaurant for dinner - pork belly, seared sea bass and rabbit with prunes. We were lashing out as the last night together. Finished with an hour or so at the local outdoor jazz bar.

Goodbye Peels - what a great week. Thanks for your company.

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