That's one of the good things about Greece. Because there are plenty. Greeks are nice persons, sometimes more than they should be (when they annoy people to enter or buy something, kind of Morocco too). But most of the time they feel really happy when they get to know someone, specially when they think we're Italian and we tell them we're Portuguese!
Whenever I get the chance, I always try to avoid motorways and main roads, except if they're coastal. Today, I chose again a mountain road and I was sensing we were wrong, by the position of the Sun. Yes, I don't use GPS and I don't think I ever will. I have been travelling for so long in Europe only with maps and the precious help of the Sun, and I know half of its countries, so don't say a word about that. But today the Sun was not on the right position... In fact, against all odds, my map was missing a road! So, we ended up "lost" for some time and we were getting hungry. In these little villages, few people speaks English or French, so it's more difficult to grab something to eat. After wandering a bit more, we stopped in a small cafe and the lady in charge was so nice (she knew some English and French) she decided to cook something for us. We talked for a while, exchanged emails and she even offered us the local drink. And we paid a bargain for that! How nice These are the things that make a trip and all get lost when we travel in a group, with a pre-defined schedule.
After another sunset on the beach, I am now at Delphi.