Bali Beach Hotel & Village
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... potato wedges and sliced radishes, with our ordered shandy s, came a small carafe of raki and 2 shot glasses. The main course- Les had the spit roast lamb and I chose lamb cooked in a sauce, a local speciality. We both chose Greek salads to accompany them. We were very full and unable to finish the salads, after enjoying chatting, a couple of hours had passed, we asked for the bill, but first the owner bought ...
... we had too bend double yo get into them. They were very similar to the burial cave that we have visited in both Greece and Turkey, with tombs cut into the rock. Some had large arches carved into the walls with shelves below them, and some had niches where votive would have been placed. As we climbed along the narrow ledges between the caves the ceilings became higher, some of the interiors had 70's ...
... they looked like rows of Tibetan stupas in lines at the side of the roads, at one place we waited whilst a tractor pulled a pickup out. Some villages had a variety of snow ploughs, diggers and tracked vehicles clearing smaller roads. Several times we had to wait several minutes until they had finished, at another spot a couple of farmers were squashing sheep into their pickups keeping them inside the back with ...
... and the tall arched buildings where the sailing ships were built. This port was a very busy trading area in the Venetian times. The yellow arrows led us to 25th Avenue, the Main Street through the city centre with a few grand buildings remaining. We had a quick look inside an old church were the first Bishop of Crete was ordained. Then passed through Lion Square so called after the Morosini Fountain. Nearly all the ...
... then returned to the campsite. We seem to gave developed a fault with the hob today and it won't fire up, Les will look at it later. We cannot believe how cold the wind is and get out some winter clothes to put on. We hung the washing out using extra pegs and hoped it would dry in between the less frequent hail storms Next a brisk walk to warm us up. We walked into the local resort dodging the waves as they crashed against the rocks ...