Apollo Beach Hotel
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... just zip in between cars like they have a death wish. First stop was the Corithian canal which was less impressive where we stopped but apparently where it started to cut into the cliff side it is more impressive but we couldn't get there from where we were. Then we went on to the ancient ruins of Corinth which was the place where Paul preached before getting in trouble with the Jewish leaders. It's chapters in the ...
... Oh well had lunch and back to the hotel to give you an update before the boys get back. Think we might find the beach later.
Found the beach after a few wrong turns and asking directions at least twice. Then found a lovely young couple with a couple of kids who were on their way back for their second swim. Up a very big hill and down the other side. A huge bar area with chairs and ...
... for a swim at one, which didn't last long as the water tasted like petrol. There were people parasailing, banana boating, and trying out all the other strange boat toys on offer. We continued to walk, hoping for a clean, quiet bay. Finally we found a peak that would surely lead to our perfect beach, we rounded the corner and it was perfect!! Then we discovered not only a few beach bananas and potatoes, but ALL bananas and potatoes, not a swim suit could be seen. It was the nudist ...
Momemvasia to Mystras near Sparta took less than 2 hours but we travelled back in time from Venetian 17th C Greece to the Byzantine Greece of the 13th C. The Byzantines became the rulers of this fortress state taking over from the Frankish ruler. The hillside was filled with mansions and palaces, churches and monasteries surrounded by two enclosure walls. Mystras was the home to the Imperial rulers from Constantinople and the artists here moved on to Venice in the ...
... and friends and trying to Skype as much as we can.
Hand washing each day...takes a while and hurts my wrists.
Making yoghurt from scratch most days which takes a little time but the result is worth it.
Making homemade bread.
Trying out local recipes and sourcing local supplies from different shops around the island...time consuming but fun!
As you can see a lot of the ...