I noticed something I want to share. While on my vacations they were times I was afraid of the possibility coming face to face with a snake, a spider or bugs in general. And actually I did saw three snakes, one next to the waterfall rocks where I was swimming and the other two while walking in the woods leaving "Fonias" (translated 'Killer' in Greek) canyon. It was scary for me but I think even more for the snakes. Thank god we both kept a safe distance. Anyway, what I want to say is that the first two days in town I felt an unexplained, undesirable, exaggerated and useless fear. A fear of negative thoughts, like something was going to attack me or like having a thief in my house. Every little noise I heard made me look around like something bad was there. And for sure heavy noises are always in town to make your nervous system go crazy. I even thought that the noises could be some supernatural beings. So now I am wondering where is the jungle? Where should I be most afraid? Is nature dangerous or can town sometimes be more aggressive making you feel unprotective?
Walking towards "Fonias" canyon
Remember the snakes I was talking about. This was the bigger I saw and no no no I didn't shoot that picture. At that time I was too busy trying to putt on my sandals and get as far as possible.
The temple of ancient gods, Kaviri. Mainly worshiped in ancient Greece during 4rth and 3rd century B.C. This place had a wonderful energy and I couldn't resist from meditating for few minutes.
Not much of desirable seas, but the specific beach was so calming that I didn't realize 4 hours passing by doing nothing more than relaxing