Atrina Traditional Houses
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... steep paved, well you might call it paved, donkey path to a fishing village called Amoudi. This road was windier and steeper than San Francisco and all the more treacherous because one has to avoid donkey dung with every step (even tougher in sandals). I think I've taken A up and down too many steps this trip because she's started tripping--I think she's almost eaten it 4 times. We now walk arm in arm whenever going down or up steps--although we love ...
... that we were. Then one of the shopkeepers let us in on the secret…a cruise ship was docked for the afternoon so almost all of our fellow shoppers were on shore just for a few hours and so therefore most of the shops that were open would actually be closing when they left. Too funny! So we took full advantage and did just a bit more browsing before we found ourselves at a little gyro shop and decided to stop for a late lunch. After the most incredible gyro we had the ...
... with a rock.
We walked back to the bus with me holding my hand after the stone had smashed into it and were whisked off to our wine tasting part of the tour. The view alone was worth the price of the trip and we made the most of it. We were given samples of 4 different wines and the last one ( a port ) was deliciously amazing. We purchased a bottle for ourselves of the white wine for the evening. The tour then went on intermission and we were taken to the hostel ...
... an hour and a half in the intense heat but got some stunning scenery! We even walked past a house owned by brad Pitt!! The town Oia is famous for watching the sunset but we just had a couple of hours to walk around and get some photos. It was so hot! For lunch we had another gyros, cheap and cheerful! From Oia we got the bus to a beach called Red Beach. It's really famous for its red cliffs but it was a real mission to get to. Had ...
... as individuals and pruned low in a wreath like fashion. When the plant sets fruit it does in the middle of the wreath like vine allowing the leaves to cover them thus protecting them from the heat and strong winds. The plant is able to survive on the drawing of water to the surface and using the humidity as an extra moisture gathering source. Anyway the wines are very unique as the volcanic characteristics impart such a distinct flavour to the fruit. They ...