Manos Small World
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... warm enough to sun ourselves on the beach, but the water was too cool to swim. The next day we packed our bags for a 2 hour ferry ride to Santorini. During breakfast wet met a nice couple from Broome Australia. They have been travelling for 3 months in Europe and we had many travel stories to share with each other. We were sad to leave the friendly hospitality we received on Naxos island but anxious to visit the famous Santorini island.
... Acropolis left after all these years, just a few rock walls, but the view of the bay and city of Naoussa was spectacular. We got up early the next day and packed our bags for the ferry ride to the next Greek island on our tour called Naxos. Paros was a good Greek Island to start our adventure, but it was hard to find something to do during the off season and poor weather days. We are looking forward to some more action in the larger island and city of Naxos.
We arrived in Naxos on our comfortable and speedy aquajet and were thankfully met by an agent who showed us to our transfer and organised the information for our stay (things were looking up!).
Our hotel was on the outskirts of the main area and check in was simple before being shown to our room and getting a run-down of the area and the island.
With the plan of a very chilled out night in our heads we decided ...
... into Santorini, with high winds, was sickening. I thought the plane was crashing, as did every one else on the plane. We were taken to the doors of Anastasis. The gates opened and out came 3 porters and the owner of the property meeting us with big smiles and yassas (hello) all around. We were in shock, not used to such attention. We had one person each to hold an umbrella over our heads for the 4 steps to the door. Inside the doors ...
... closely. He never once used the bottles that were on display. The drinks were either pre-mixed already or were taken from bottles that were kept under the bar out of sight. My advice to everyone is to be vigilant, watch your barman closely and don't be afraid to cause offense by demanding quality alcohol be used to mix your drinks. In my experience the majority of Greeks are rude and offensive people anyway so don't be afraid to hurt their feelings a little. The barman ...