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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... an old Village and ate lunch.
Every day we went to our favourite coffee shop, they made really good croissants, then we would either go to the beach or swim in a pool. One day we took a boat tour to Spinalonga. This was the last leper colony in Europe. On our way to the Island we stopped the boat and jumped off the back of the boat into the deep sea. The water was so nice. We ate lunch on the island. People with leprosy were sent to this island to live by ...
... after cold English weather it would be a sin not to have a dip in the sea, even if it is middle of the night and your swim suit is still somewhere in your suitcase. Straight away we had a taste of Greek olives for our night time snack which for anyone who is familiar with the taste will know, there is no comparison to anything we have back at ...
... picked up and the sea has gotten very rough so we didn't stay long. Good thing we went to Santorini when we did. Tonight we went to a family restaurant recommended by the hotel's front desk clerk. And we've all sworn off meat. We ordered pork, lamb, and calamari along with the usual salad, potatoes/fries, and horta (greens - something similar to collards or turnip greens). The dishes were all huge and as ...
The drive west along the southern coast from Matala towards Myrtos and Irapatra took us over increasingly mountainous terrain with more cliff-hugging switchbacks and rocky panoramas leading down to the coast much like the less traveled northern road in Maui from Kahalui to Lahaina (minus the one lane roads). The towns and villages were even built along the downward sloping ridge lines. Until finally the ...
After a wet beginning to 2014 in the UK we returned to Kerenne on 9 April. Philippa travelled to Bristol before we flew out together to Chania and then by bus to Aghios Nikolaos the next day after a night in a hotel. It was a poignant return as this was the first time Philippa had been aboard Maņana since the unexpected death of her husband Dave.