Daniel had downloaded somebody’s recommendations of towns to visit on the road to Delphi. They described Leivadia as “…one of the most beautiful town centres in Greece… with its old water mills and waterfalls.” Google Maps (we had refreshed using free wifi at a McDonalds where I bought the most disgusting cheeseburger I’d ever eaten) directed us towards the town centre. Not at all where the beauty was or waterfalls. There was a bit of a creek, so we parked on a one-way street, got out and started walking against the flow of the water. The crowded buildings were not old, they were not beautiful and the occasional 1 foot drops in the water level could technically be described as a “waterfall” but we’ve been to Niagara and Western Australia’s Pilbara. Eventually we reached the old town and the waterfalls became more numerous and the scenery was pretty. We took photos and stopped for lunch.