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The hotel had turned out to be not actually that expensive (about 50 euros per night), but still, it had a very posh vibe too it. Word had it that there was a pool, that there was a spa, and that there was also a golf course.

I only saw the gate to a place where one could play miniature golf, though:

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However, the breakfast buffet was the absolute bomb:

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And then, when I wanted to leave, I was given a little card that I was supposed to present at the main gate:

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It meant to prove that I wasn’t about to leave without paying.

Rich people, I thought, rich people.

The road was easy, but I was tired:

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Maybe it was the injection. Maybe it was the stress. Either way I dragged myself past places where people were burning things:

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And where they were selling things:

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I had eaten a lot for breakfast, so it was easy to walk on my usual lunch of bread and tomatoes and apples. I ate some bread with honey, too:

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But I sat down often, and every time I did, the time I spent resting became a little bit longer:

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And then I found the castle:

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It was called Chailuri fortress, and it was supposed to be from the 16th century:

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Now you’re probably wondering why everything still looks this good if Chailuri is supposed to be five centuries old:

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There were massive reconstructive efforts in the late 20th century, for better or for worse.

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I droned the hell out of the place:

Chailuri Fortress

And then I said goodbye:

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Being slowed down by exhaustion and having spent that much time at the fortress meant having to walk through the night once more:

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It was a rather busy road, and sometimes there were little food stands on the side:

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I left the road near this cross:

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And I walked up a village road that was absolutely dark, and it took a little while until I came to a house that was supposed to be renting out a spare room:

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The owners were busy making wine:

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They were crushing grapes in this wooden device:

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Filling barrel after barrel:

wine kegs

And yes, they were renting out a spare room:

my room in Manavi

We had dinner, and then I crashed like a felled tree.

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