Winter Waterfalls

Published 5th of January, 2019

Distant Polis

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Anyway, if you are off exploring you can't spend all day in your front garden. So we set off towards Kathikas. There were more grey clouds towards Polis though. So the rain hasn't gone far.

Kathikas In The Mist

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Indeed, Kathikas itself was shrouded in mist. This was the approach. We stopped here so that I could finally get my 360 showing both coasts. I will need to do it again though, when the clouds are a bit more photogenic.

Akoursos in the Gloom

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The route to Akoursos was even foggier. Luckily, drivers out here seemed to be driving considerately, and paying attention to the traffic. This was in stark contrast to some idiots we encountered later, who were using back roads as a racing track.

Distant Coral Bay

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From the top of the hill above Akoursos, we had a view of the coast. We were a bit concerned, as it looks like a lot of sand has been washed away from the beaches.

Waterfall

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On our descent into Akoursos we spotted this waterfall. It wasn't much but it was a start at least.

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