Bitzaro Grande Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... place, where we swim and eat our picnic.
In the evening we return to the Arhontiko restaurant and enjoy another very good meal. The family of the owners are holding a wedding reception there and we are still made made very welcome. When we are ready to leave Mama approaches us and encourages us to stay but we decline as we are pretty ...
We head to Fiskardo which is the most northerly point on Kefalonia. Once again great scenery, particularly on the coast road between Argosteli and Myrtos Beach. Fiskardo is an interesting little town but again the same sort of design and colour houses as everywhere else on the island.
We then head to the coast and a lovely beach for a swim.
In the ...
... fish restaurant, whose menu was full of pasta, pizza and Greek meat dishes! Anyhow, the food was good. Today turned out to be a day that wasn't dull. In the late morning we left our berth at Vasiliki without the drama from the previous day and just motored (no wind) to a lunch spot on Meganisi in a bay on the east of the island. We managed, however, to have a pleasant sail just before anchoring for lunch at Beechwood Bay. Unfortunately, the anchor ...
Good day to you. Some of us were a bit jaded this morning. Despite the stiff breeze last night, which was lovely, it was still 80 degrees in our boat - we can't find our wind funnel which is supposed to channel fresh air from above into the cabins. An enormous privately owned yacht was berthed two boats away with a generator grumbling, supplying them, I quote, 'with necessary air-con in this heat'. Wimps...no class. Today we're off ...
Hello! As we write up today's blog, we are sitting in a beautiful restaurant at 9pm, in a beautiful village by the sea called Kioni. We found out today that Kallista means 'she that is most beautiful' in Greek. We have had a day of two halves - calm, serene motoring to the most beautiful bay for swimming we've visited yet, followed by the bleedin' strongest winds we have encountered yet of the katabatic kind [see below ...