Avra Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... intently and Logan sat on the front seat watching it intently! We went for a walk and tried to photograph the grebes, we spotted some more out on the open water, the village was typical a small church, a local shop that sells everything, a few tractors parked, a couple of dogs coming to see who we are and the older generation of residents watching us suspiciously until we say 'hello' to them, then they usually ...
We spent the morning cleaning inside Dream Catcher, Les emptied the back and cleaned in there after a tomato storage explosion! Once everything was clean again we updated the blog using the free wifi, and settle our bill, Camping Athens is a good campsite it's kept very clean and in a great location for getting into the city, but it is the mist expensive that we have stayed at. We had an early lunch, went to ...
... us in Oz when it's been stamped. I wasn't in favour of going to Vathi municipal office to check everything - luckily Marky was on the ball!!! We would have got home and our papers might not have been legal!!! OMG only in Greece!! We did a bit of shopping then headed back to Frikes for lunch. We had some lovely Greek dips and 1/2 a litre of wine. Somehow Mark was able to drive the ...
... coffee, brewed in a different way? He didn't have palpitations at all?? We then popped into see how Andy was, he seemed a bit better this morning. He's a bit flat having to stay lying down and I think he's still in quite a bit of pain. He rang mum for me and I was able to talk to her, for a few minutes. She sounds way better and is hanging to leave the hospital in Mornington. This afternoon we walked down to the cemetery and ...
... to see what's around the next bend. I'm on a hot, sticky bus now on the road from Athens to Meteora in Northern Greece. Greek music is blaring from a tinny radio; the bus door just slammed shut and my heart surged a little. I'm excited! (Joanne thinks a little crazy.) Our adventure isn't over you see. We've seen Ithaca and while it was the end of the trail for The Odysseus, I'm hoping there is another one out there for us, another Ithaca at the end of the next ...