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Travel Blogs from Agios Georgios
... 8.5 knot proportion, heeling right over, bouncing over the waves, tearing across the north Ionian sea like a madboat. Fan-tas-tic! We reached our evening berth, Lakka, back on Paxos, at about 5pm. Lakka is a really lovely little town - would really recommend this (and Paxos) as a holiday destination. It is a sheltered bay on the north of Paxos with adorable shops and tavernas and is one of the prettiest places we have visited. On our penultimate day we travelled 26.7 nautical ...
... a few Photos then back to the boat about 4 hours in total then we had dinner in one of the speciality restaurants Tepenaki Yum Yum Yum even though we had to wait till10pm as that was the only booking available when we looked on Saturday. well were of to Santorini ...
We have docked about 8 am and watched the operation from the
restaurant during breakfast. At 10 am we walked off the ship and onto a waiting
bus that took us 500 meters to the arriving hall. Here we went through border
control and got on another bus that took us into the Old City. This is a
charming place. We walked through the narrow streets and looked at the many
shops, went into little churches and bought a blouse for ...
... up deciding on a backpackers solely because they would come and pick us up from the airport. We were both a little weary of the place as its called the "Pink Palace", oh and pink it is indeed! Bright fluro pink and stands out like a sore thumb on the cliff top. Quite a huge place and gave us breakfast, dinner and a 2 bed room for €12 a night each which was awesome. We ended up meeting a whole bunch of people and have a great couple of nights and spending the days at the ...
... conversation when slogging it up the hill to work in the morning together
although normally ended up in silence for the need of oxygen. Trust me that
hill justified an ice cream at the end of the day with the work it took to get
Sundays were most of the hotel staffs day off which meant sun bathing, sipping
cocktails and generally feeling like your on holiday.
So slowly I got into a routine with a new life set up in Sivota, ...