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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... into boat and died The sea Chris shuffled out and said 'I can't smell anything!' and naffed off back to bed. Simone and Rob slept through the whole proceedings, but Nigel did peep through their hatch to make sure they were breathing and not dead from the fumes. Nigel, please make sure that's the last time you do that or you might see something you will never forget. Once Capt Bob came around to the idea that his crew weren't making it up, he stuck his head into the ...
... village - do look at the photos. It is lovely, very Greek, very few tourists (apart from the odd yachtie like us), with the most wonderful church and a stunning setting to eat breakfast. After breakfast Simone stripped off and disappeared into the sea whilst the others wandered back to the boat to get the paddle boards. We were moored close enough, at right angles, to the beach for swimming to the beach so the paddle boards were set up and Dawn and Nigel paddled them across. ...
... fish restaurant, whose menu was full of pasta, pizza and Greek meat dishes! Anyhow, the food was good. Today turned out to be a day that wasn't dull. In the late morning we left our berth at Vasiliki without the drama from the previous day and just motored (no wind) to a lunch spot on Meganisi in a bay on the east of the island. We managed, however, to have a pleasant sail just before anchoring for lunch at Beechwood Bay. Unfortunately, the anchor ...
... of our stay and we have yet to find a good Greek red wine! I’m looking forward to getting back home and using the big supermarkets that perhaps I have taken for granted in the past!!
It has been fun meeting up with friends from Licata who have been visiting these islands…..who knows where we will meet next time? That is the good thing about this lifestyle….you never know who might be anchored in the ...
... 600 metres from Litohoro, and his pal came to pick him up, bringing home grown olives, bread rolls, home brewed wine and Ouzo, which they invited us to share with them, as an Easter greeting! Such great genuine hospitality as we chatted in English/German and sign language. Then drove further up to the trail head for the walking tracks at Prionia, where there is a great cafe with real log fire and ...