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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of people and some 50+ chairs but as the tour groups started the women were in fine form trying to run and yell to get their euros. Caleb played in the sand for a while as I took a dip - surprised to feel that the water here was a touch warmer than Naxos. We met a younger couple traveling from Calgary and got some ideas about Thailand from them. Then a St. Catherine's family with two kids arrived and ...
... 24 hours. This was so fun! Initially we were nervous but it was so much fun, having the freedom to drive around and get lost and just explore the island. We could only get up to a maximum speed of about 58km per hour and that was down hill so of course we were constantly overtaken by the locals in their cars. As soon as we hired them, we had to fill them with petrol and at the petrol station we met two boys our age from Canberra. Paddy, one of the guys, popped his head around to ...
... it meets the water, so I almost fell over once I got there. The water was indescribably clear, but chilly. Getting back to my lounger saw this whole process in reverse – me almost falling over as I exited the water and then running the rest of the way (not as elegantly as in Baywatch).
We were again confronted by some people’s supreme confidence. An old lady (let’s say 60 plus) went for a swim, topless, without a care in the world. As ...
... and Santorini is a big island in it. You can't see far, but you can see islands in the distance, or close up, here and there. But it really is magical, the way this hume, (maybe it is from the volcano - I really don't know) sits on the water, so that everywhere you look, it does look like the world ends. I don't think I am explaining it well. And I don't think photos will capture it. But take my word for it - it is lovely.
Tourist trap ...
... barren ground. The heat was bearing down on us in relentless waves, and my heart began to pound perceptibly in my chest as my legs quickened and sweat dripped down my tanned sun drenched skin. We were paying for our indolence, and it felt damn good. We strained and climbed and each step burned deep in our thighs, but we never stopped, pressing on further and further up the loose gravel trail. Finally reaching the summit, breathless ...