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Hva er denne nye siden?
Jo hvis du er glad i å gå turer, så kan du følge med her. Jeg har fått meg en ny app fra

www.everytrail.com/ 

hvor jeg vil legge inn mange av mine turer
med kart og bilder.
Gi meg gjerne tilbakemedling!

 

What is this new page?
If you like walking, you can find new trips here.
I have a new app from

www.everytrail.com/ 

where I will put up many of my walks
with map and photos.
Please give me feedback!

 

 

"Doggy, isn't Skopelos great
for walking?"
"Oh yes, Trampy, perfect!"
"Doggy, er ikke Skopelos
flott å gå tur på?"
"Oh ja, Landstrykeren, perfekt!"

 

My walks by  26/2-14
Mine turer pr

Here are the names of the walks I have uploaded,
just seek for Skopelos at EveryTrail and a bit down the side you find my walks,
or just click on the walks name here;

Her er navnene på turene jeg har gjort,
bare søk på Skopelos hos EveryTrail, og litt ned der finner du mine turer,
eller bare klikk på turenes navn her;

www.everytrail.com/ 

Home - Molos, Skopelos

Raches round 140219, Skopelos

Amarondas, Agnondas

Raches - Pefkia - Potami

Raches, Glisteri Valley, Tzilali round

Asklepion - Mili, short walk

--- many more will come, siga siga!
Remember you can use parts of my walks as well,
so you get to where you like!

--- mye mer vil komme, siga, siga!
Husk at du kan bruke deler av mine turer,
slik at du kommer deg dit du vil!

"In the former Ottoman countries, a kaldırım (Turkish) or kalderimi (Greek καλντερίμι or καλντιρίμι; plural kalderimia) is a cobblestone-paved road built for hoofed traffic.
Kalderimia are sometimes described as cobbled or paved mule tracks or trails.

Kalderimia are typically 1–1.5 m wide.

In Turkey, there existed urban kaldırımlar, notably the steep stepped
Yüksek Kaldırım in Karaköy, Istanbul."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalderimi


Dette er en god gammel kalderimi og det finne en del av dem
på Skopelos, flotte å se på, artige å gå på!
Før så gikk de over hele Øen, Skopelos - Klima - Glossa for eks.
men dessverre har mange blitt ødelagt.
Vil forsøke å gå og ta opp de nye kalderimiene også-
This is an good old kalderimi in Old Klima,
you will find some on them on Skopelos, great to look at, fun to walk on!
There were kalderimies all over the island earlier, like Skopelos-Elios-Glossa,
unfortunately many has been destroyed.

Shall try to walk and record all the new kalderimies.


En del av kalderimiene har blitt restaurert,
og ofte er det en slik paveliong man kan ta en rast ved.
Denne ved kirken i Gamle Klima.
Some of the kalderimies has been restored,
often it has a pavelion like this where you can take a rest.
This by the church in Old Klima.

"In Greece, the kalderimi network formerly linked almost every village, hamlet, chapel, and even sheepfold. These roads are paved with flat stones. As they are designed for foot and hoofed traffic, they have steps where necessary, made of stones laid vertically. On flat stretches, they may be unpaved. Kalderimia use switchbacks on steep ascents, and often have parapets next to steep slopes. When they cross streams, there may be paved fords.

The Skala of Vradeto (Greek: Σκάλα Βραδέτου) is a well-known kalderimi in the Epirus village of Vradeto used to enter the Vikos Gorge.

Kalderimia existed under the Ottoman Empire, and the name is Turkish, but it is not clear when they were first built. It is possible that, in Crete, they were originally Venetian roads.

The name kalderimi comes from Turkish kaldırım 'pavement', from the verb kaldırmak 'to raise, erect'. A widespread pseudo-etymology derives it from Greek καλός δρόμος 'good road',
but this seems unlikely."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalderimi

 

Περιηγήσεις με τα πόδια είναι ο καλύτερος φίλος
του ανθρώπου
.
Ιπποκράτης

Å gå turer er menneskets beste venn.
Hippokrates

Walking is mans best friend.
Hippocrates

Det finnes mange kilder ofte med vannposter hvor man kan drikke vann,
men jeg drikker ikke av vannet til geitene, slik Pasxa gjør her!
Here on the island there are many springs that you can drink water from,
but I do not recommend to drink from the goats water as Pasxa does!

 

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PS - there is no guarantee that what is written
here in Greek or that translations are correct,
- but I try my best!!!

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