Hayitbuku Ahsap Evleri
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... bikinis and to quote Shirley " that won't cover much!".. After much laughing we had covered our bits as best we could then wrapped in towels headed to the shower to wash before going into the sauna for 10 minutes ..we lasted nine..then under a cold shower wow what shock to the system that was! We where then ushered out on the patio to relax until the the next stage was ready..hmmmm Next was the scrub in the Turkish bath room the room was all in marble with lovely ...
... as far as we where led to believe.
Ordered our ferry tickets and day spa, wandered a bit further and found a cafe with Strongbow on tap so stopped for lunch. The boys caught us up and joined us for awhile. Went out the back of the restaurant looking for a WC and found some guys with a 6 litre bottle of vodka. It was huge.
After lunch we went looking for the shops and the boys went looking for ...
... to George and he told us his love story he bought us a round of shots. Ouzo for the boys and peach schnapps for the girls. Then Constantine decided he needed to give us shots too. A round of strawberry schnapps.
Then we went over to the supermarket to meet Mary. She still sounds like an Aussie.
Back to the studios where the boys drank half a bottle of ouzo
Left Athens are 12 and went out to the airport for our 4 o'clock. Had a very relaxed wander and check in. Plane up, plane down and we are on Kos. Checked in, found the supermarket and got necessary supplies, beer, ouzo, nibbles etc. Back for a swim and pre dinner ...
Symi was ridiculously and fantastically beautiful, the sort of place that leaves you slack jawed and shaking your head on a continuous basis. I had very little idea of this before I came, deciding to make it a stop simply because it was halfway between Kos and Rhodes and it looked small and therefore, I was hoping that it would be a bit less developed than other more popular Greek Islands. I had also read that it had the most friendly people and reputedly the most ...