Captain Manolis Hotel
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... on board the fast jet ferry to Athens or Piraeus Port and had been told the trip would take five hours. Five hours has come and gone and we are still tossing our way across the sea and will be for another 2 1/2 hours apparently. Its turned into a bit of epic journey and although its more comfortable than a plane its still a very long time to be sitting around and we won't be climbing into bed before 11.30 tonight. Its quite a rough ride at the moment as the ...
... last two days. That was fortunate because my leading edge deflated and that meant that the kite just sat at the edge of the window fully powered and without me being able to edge my board to slow it down. Luckily I was close to shore and I ended just a little downwind of the kite school. It was time to call it a day.
We had already planned for Nami to show us how to make homemade orecciette pasta. We were going to stop after ...
... water to swim in, although I imagine to be very busy during the summer months. I didn't make it to the winery, as I had had enough wine at this time. Asked for a white wine with lemonade and asked if I wanted a lemon squeezed into the wine!?! There was a wee boat which took people over to the beach from the port in Naoussa for 5euro. I wasn't overly impressed with Naoussa and probably could have done with one night spent here, however it was an experience. And on to Ios!!!!! ...
... much slower pace, and the people we met were a lot more relaxed and friendly. The main town is centred around the coastline, and studded with little pubs and eateries. We saw a sign advertising little jugs of Souma (the local spirit) and thought why not? Let's get two!! When in Paros! The barman was super friendly and brought us out a little platter of cheeses, salami, bread and tomato with a warning - don't drink Souma on an empty stomach!! This should have been ...
... fortunately none of us felt seasick but it seemed like half the ferry was....people
kept dashing in and out of these loos. I know it is unfortunate these people
were ill but it was so funny - even men were going in the ladies in
desperation! It got a bit gross, some woman next to us fell asleep next to a
bag of her sick! I must apologise for sounding so cruel but it was one of those
situations where you could either laugh or cry....or be ...