A little History Zagorohoria’s historical significance can be experienced in its exquisite Byzantine and post-Byzantine churches. After the dismemberment of Byzantium by the Latin Crusaders in 1204, and the Turkish capture of Constantinople in 1453, numerous important Greek families fled the capital for the mountain fastnesses of Epiros. The fortress-like Zagorohoria would safeguard Greek artisticContinue reading “Zagorohoria – Greece Travel Guide”
Day 2 was hiking day. We love hiking and usually everywhere we go we try to go for a nice walk to see the country side and nature. In the region, there is North Yorkshire Moor Railway which as the name suggest it’s a railway that connected small towns but is also known for havingContinue reading “Exploring the UK – Grosmont Rail Trail”
Day 10 was cave day! I had booked to visit Ruakuri and Waimoto caves on the same day. Fun fact I don’t like close spaces and yet I love caves! I found them fascinating!