Althea Village Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Almost 4 hours late, but we made it! The ferry was almost an hour late arriving into Santorini. Thank goodness there was a coffee shop open at 3am so we just waited in there. When the boat finally arrived, they boarded us all pretty quickly. The huge vessel was swaying and bobbing up and down in the wind and choppy seas, and our entry onto the boat was a big car ramp that we had to tramp up with backpacks on to get on. I was a bit worried I'd get blown in! The seats we booked did not ...
CHANIA, CRETE, OCTOBER 15, 2014
Today we are in Chania, Crete (pronounced HAN IA). This port city is on the western coast of Crete. It was founded in the 3 century BC.. It has been occupied by many ethnic groups over the years but it has always been Greek with the Greek language. Crete is the largest of the Greek Isles. There are over 35 million ...
... an excellent public bus service, and the staff are accustomed
to non Greek speaking tourists. By this time Tamara could speak some very basic
Greek, and had even had favourable comments about her accent, but we felt much
more confident that we would reach our expected destination if we conducted our
... the web (seach for Elafonisi, or Elafonissi). There was a lagoon which we walked across to an island where a
restoration programme is underway to stabilize the sand dunes and replant them
with native vegetation. We were very
glad we were not there in the high season. Most of ...
... br> The path was much better than we expected, and quite well formed by New Zealand standards, being largely paved with rather lumpy stones. It starts of with a descent of 600 vertical metres in the first three kilometers, and the stones were quite slippery. The scenery was breathtaking, being almost vertical cliffs covered with forests of Cretan pine (Pinus brutis) except for the steepest parts which showed the light coloured limestone of the area. The guide advised us "to ...