Today is my partner, Simon’s, birthday. This is the first time he’s been away for his birthday so I left today’s activities up to him.
We’d spotted a place on the map, on the side of Mount Zini, that we felt would give us some great views across The Gulf of Kefalos.
We stopped at several points on route to get photos of a few of our favourite views that we discovered last year.
The volcanic island of Nisiros, which we’ll be visiting next Saturday, was an ethereal site, wreathed in mist.
On the map the road leading around the mountain to Panaghia is marked as a “surfaced road”. More like a dirt track that possibly becomes a river in winter! Somehow our little Suzuki Alto made it through and the view really is incredible 🙂
As all my posts for the next two weeks will be from the beautiful island of Kos, I thought I’d share a bit more of this wonderful trees autumnal colours.
I love sitting at either Bell’Amico restaurant or Taylor’s coffee shop opposite this tree, watching her glorious display.
I’ll bring the British Autumn back to you all in a couple of weeks. Until then be on the lookout for Kos Cats, Templar Castles, Greek and Roman ruins, lots of insects, stunning landscapes and some underwater photography too 🙂
I might not have much time to view many other blogs or reply to comments but please do leave them and I’ll catch up with you all properly when I return!