The view from the Vikos gorge looking out to Epirus is amazing. I could almost touch the cloud as it passed above.
I wasn’t very lucky when it came to sunshine on my trip. This was one of the rare moments when the sun shone through a thick layer of clouds.
Here are two more bridges for you to feast your eyes on. The picture on the left is where you catch the raft to cruise down the Voidomatis river.
Here I am looking slightly concerned but all was well under the cool guidance of Chris, who can also take you canyoning, rock climbing and a whole lot of other adventure activities in the region.
My next stop was a rafting trip with the guys of Alpine Zone. After the recent rain fall, there were a few bumpy patches — but all in all it was a smooth ride.
Yes, we’re still in Greece. No, I’m not joking: This photo was taken not far from Papigo. With my new hitchhiking friends, we stopped to snap a few pictures.
The next morning, I grabbed some breakfast — and ended up picking up some hitchhikers! This lovely couple from Israel, Ran and Doron.
Returning to Papigo on a misty night made for great lighting, so I spent quite some time in the rain snapping photos in the dark.
Around dusk, without fail, you are treated to a brilliant light show. Here, I was walking back from a path to the Viko’s gorge.
This may sound a bit too 1990, but trust me when I say you’ll find yourself in need of a map when roaming the windy roads of the Epirus region.