For our next chapter of Cephalonia, we stay in the countryside - but this time, focusing on the small village of Anomeria and a number of surrounding rural scenes. Quaint villages like these dot the landscape for as far as the eye can see - while they may be small, they more than make up for it with their charm and character.
Early morning in rural Greece is truly special - there's really nothing else like it.
While most days are sunny and beautiful here - it's not uncommon for fog to roll in at the blink of an eye.
... rain showers are probably the only thing that can spoil your day here. But the rain is usually gone as quick as it rolls in.
The golden sunsets of rural Greece are something that you don't want to miss out on.
Nighttime here is quiet, yet beautiful.
For centuries, small plots of land lined with stone walls have dotted the landscape. They're a cheap, efficient way to divide up fields.
When viewed from above - rural Greece can be quite stunning.
Myrtos Beach is off in the distance - and it happens to be our next destination
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