Bitez Garden Life Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Migraine day. Slept in the cabin until there was only enough time left to go out to Kos, hurry to the beach ans have a dip, go back again. There was dance music and bars at the beach. On the way there we passed hundreds of shops. It was boring. I don't mind not having had more time on Kos. Except for the fact you can rent a bike there. That might have taken us far ...
... that you always get when you buy gift packs with body shampoo and lotion etc. The sponge on the pedestal was attractive, people were standing in queues to touch it. Someone told me what the sponge did. If you touch it, he said, it makes it appear on Facebook as if you're having a great time. All ex boyfriends and ex girlfriends, friends and ex friends, enemies and maybe even ex enemies if ...
... for Jules and Small. Safety at the Sharp End for me!! Useful insight into how things can go wrong usually the result of non-technical failure. Some great examples given especially in the aircraft world where things are investigated very thoroughly indeed. Lunch was had back on the boat, usual fare spiced up with Tuna and Stuffed Vine Leaves. Yummy. Then back to the beach for some more sun therapy. I note with some glee that the weather in the The UK is ...
... lost the main sail and made good speed of around 4-5 knots with just the genoa. Lovely!! Much of the day was spent with the auto helm on but as always the fun bits are done by human hand. Jules likes nothing better than helming downwind with a bit of wind in the sails. Reminds us of the holiday in the Canaries when we were broad reaching in a force 6 making between 8-9 ...
... could not see the harbour entrance, and for another the wind had picked up and was now reading 30 knots on our windex ( that is a force 7 for the nautical, and for the non nautical that is far too much). Fortunately Ipek and Silar our wonderful hosts were on station to guide us in between two big and expensive looking yachts. Fortunately we did not bump either. Körmen is a bit of a building site. When finished it will be ...