Abandoned Villages: Zacharia
It's a shame, because it must have been fantastic living here. The views are astounding.
This had definitely seen better days though...
It was time to make my way back up to the road. It was still slippery here, but I was able to use the dying fennel plants for support. I blogged recently about fennel, and somebody told me how they made furniture out of it. I couldn't see it at the time, but once you see it brown and hardened, it makes a lot more sense.
The Main Road
Back on the main road now, and this building is more intact. It even has a stairway going up to the roof.
On the opposite side of the road was this good solid roof, which afforded nice views of the surrounding countryside. There is a water feature on the left, which we shall look at next. I wonder who piles these rocks on the roof though? What purpose do they serve? I missed a chance here actually, I forgot to pack my crystal ball. I could have done a nice ball picture from here using those piles of rock as a support.
I appreciate that if you are new to these blogs, that last paragraph won't have made much sense, but stick around...