Girls of the night in volos
It's not the end of the idea if we have this reproduction. After two brilliant photos of sex we head for a family's relaxation by the sea at our Airbnb can in Amaliapolis, right away of Volos. A Finland want says "What are you unknown here. So this could be a family to give again.
And while some in the country see TEM as an alternative - "the euro is Girls of the night in volos thing of the past," explained one shopper - it seems more like a back-up than a viable replacement. He stands by the project, but says the two currencies can co-exist. Greece is in the eurozone, we want to remain in the eurozone, we think we must remain in the euro. But the alternative currency network is spreading throughout the community, with more and more businesses now depending on it. At a local flower-growing co-operative staffed by people with learning disabilities, the workers use TEM to sell their plants for other services that they would otherwise struggle to afford.
Image caption An alternative volis called I is being used in a small community in Greece And members of the public come to help out at the business, cutting the grass or mending a fence in return for the plants offered. So this could be a chance to start again. In the local town hall, children take part in lively activity workshops - a mixture of games, songs and drawing. Parents who are now struggling to afford the sessions can pay in part through TEM, with the two currencies working side-by-side. Sakis see contact details below in comments also helps out with finding berths.
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You may be lucky and no one will stop by to collect fees. Holding is good, although some parts of the harbour have rather soft mud. The "yacht harbour" in the nighf is full of fishing and charter njght with no room for visitors. If you do find a space here, it is still close to the town and restaurants and there Girls of the night in volos no swell at all. Water and electricity are available. There is a dock near the entrance to the 'marina' where it may be possible to berth for a few days. Generally, nobody appears to collect any fees. The closest roadside petrol station for fuel is marked red on the map. There is also Gidls water nivht here.
Noise pollution is a curse of our age and it's so sad to see it afflicting beautiful parts of rural Greece. We are in a cross mood but we are quite good at finding quiet out of the way spots so we drive through the pretty village of Nies and down a country road and find a small, quiet taverna above a little strip of pebbles, just right for lunch, a snooze and a swim. The waiter, Lucas is delighted to find we are English and says "My godfather over there is from England ". A London accent says "What are you doing here?
And his is the first British English we have heard in three weeks there have been a few Greek Australians so we're all surprised. He tells us his story, he met Lucas's parents in London years ago, was asked to be godfather and now has a house here where he spends eight months of each year. We have a nice chat, some delicious and expensive grilled fish and our faith in Greece is restored. This is our last day, we're having a lazy morning on the terrace like every day and debating what to do for lunch. Tomorrow we're driving to Thessaloniki for the flight home, hoping to stop off for lunch at Litochoro at the foot of Mount Olympusa good way to say goodbye to Greece until next year.
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