Nothing much I can find about this fancy little town.
Strictly speaking it isn't even a little town, it is quiet sizable.
Hui Chin and I were on our way to Kalambaka, the nearest railway station to the Meteora Monasteries and we had a few hours to wait for our train, so we went to explore Paleofarsalos.
Paleoforsalos do not have a fancy history or any famous tourist sight or attraction, so no ane knows much about the place, though it is a nice place with very friendly people.
We had another few hours to look at Paleofarsalos while we waited for another train after visiting Meteora on our way to Athens.
The funny thing is that we had plenty of time to look around and taken many photos I only have a couple of miserable ones to show for.
Please read my explanation below.
Unfortunately I do not have all my photos of this place left, although we had four cameras between us and we have taken many, many photos wherever we went, two of my most favoured cameras: a JVC video camera I favoured because of the quality of photos it produced, ease of use and its excellent compression rate, and my Panasonic camera for its miniature size. Both had large, 512 MB SD Cards and many thousands of photos on them were stolen from my bag, later into our trip, by some 'lowlife', with my wallet and money.
You'll see this message a few times, because my JVC and Panasonic cameras' cards had many-many pictures stored.
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