We went there last weekend with the Teachers' Association Drama Club invited by the local Teachers' Association to present our adult play, Griothesia.
The weather was fantastic all Spring and beauty!
That's what I was reading on the way.The story of Edgar Sawtelle by David Wroblewski. An excellent read so far with great insight on dogs!
Our first stop was at Dispilio a 5.500 BC settlement.
This amazing wooden inscription of 5260 BC is one of the amazing finds in the area.
This little clay bird whistle (lalitsa) I bought there to remind me of our visit!hotel Tsamis
We had a great view of the lake from our room!
The theatre at Argos Orestiko where we played was of amazing quality!
And the play was a success once again!
After a great dinner we had a very good night's sleep.
The next morning we continued sightseeing.We went round the lake.Panagia Mavriotissa Monastery.
The lake was filled with birds.We saw pelicans and swans.
Archeo Art Gallery
And this was one of the pieces I bought.
I even managed to catch a glimpse of the taking off of the pelicans!
I hadn't been to Kastoria for 25 years and I really loved visiting it again!I really want to go back!
What I brought back apart from beautiful pictures!
And this was a gift from my friend Irene who makes beautiful handcrocheted gifts!