1864 The Sea Captain'S House
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free airport shuttle
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Lazy morning. Breakfast served on our patio with a sunny gorgeous day. We go explore off the beaten path in the village. I count the steps from our room to the street. 105!! Find the windmill, take lots of photos, climb lots of stairs. So quaint and pretty. It is time for us to make our way down to Aumondi Bay for lunch. We knew it was a strenuous walk down, but it must gave been 400 steps. The donkeys again not there, but glad not to have to avoid the poop. The ...
... up a blustering wind so we headed inside and listened to the raging outside! All too soon, it was time to get packed up again as we had to be off early to await the ferry for the next adventure on Mykonos! Ancient Greek wisdom - At the touch of love, everyone becomes a poet - Plato (424-348 BCE) Word of the day - Anemoi - Ἄνεμοι - Greek wind ...
... morning. What we didn’t know was that it would take a 40-metre swim from the boat through 30-metre deep 16-degree water to reach the hot springs. I HATE cold water but I wasn’t going to give up this experience due to being a woos. A lot of people were shrieking about how cold the water was when they jumped off the boat but when Mel and I got in, we didn’t actually find it that bad. What I didn’t realize was how far 40 metres really is when you aren’t much of ...
Another beautiful day in paradise. Didn't have breaky today, decided to go for a long walk. So down I went. Down the 224 steps to the bottom. I walked along the waters edge until I can to a little cove were I risked a swim. It was amazing. Before I walked back up the 224 steps early arvo it was time for some food. I think it would has been better to wait until I got to the top was ************* a full tummy. I spent the late arvo by the pool reading and finishing the bottle of ...
... the entire club (or so we thought). Eventually we walked ourselves home at some silly hour. Great night. In the morning it was Laura, surprisingly, who felt the worst of all of us. We jumped back on our bikes and hooned back down to Kamari beach for a hangover swim, and unfortunately the hotel staff spotted us and made us pay for the beach beds. But it was better than lying on hot, black stones! That night we went back to the same restaurant because it was so delicious, and ...