Crystal Beach Hotel
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... like a bit of a tractor… and we were off! Now I don’t know if any of you have ever driven one of these machines, but in my
day, on a motorbike, the accelerator was a twist grip on the right hand side. The further you twisted the faster it went. Clutch on the left, and gear changing with your foot. Steering one of the old bikes was quite direct with you feeling every bump in the road as well. Well… How different things ...
... nearby. We did however find the original Roman Baths in a sad start of disrepair and like a lot of Greece pretty dirty. Not a patch on Taupo or Tokaanu. Here we meet some German tourists taking a mud bath, their 6th day in a row. They were very friendly and told us how to access the mud from the bottom of a grotty looking pool, bake in the sun for 30 ...
... the teen activities and keeps earning prizes. Water bottles medals scrap booking materials and more
Up early today, first ones off the ship! Hopped on a train to Mount Olympis, 40 min to get there. We walked around Olympia and looked at all the ruins and the very first Olympic Games stadium. Than off for more shopping hard to believe. Back to Katacolon to the beach and a quick swim in the sea before back on the ship. Great ...
... refugee problem, both on the island and at sea in the straits between Turkey and Greece, cruise ships are staying out of the area. This must be devastating to the economy of a small island like Kos. Katakolo is just a small fishing village, the main attraction being Olympus 30km away, the home of the original Greek stadium. Due to the very early start most passengers elected for the stroll through the village. We are the only ship docked and the village promenade cafes were able ...
... playing, And in my head, Nana Mouskouri was singing the lyrics ...
"Oh, you can kiss me on a Monday, a Monday,
a Monday is very, very good..."
That would bring a smile to anyone's face :)
The rest of the day continued in the same vein, a quick visit back to our stateroom to change out of my togs, a dash more shopping (with real money this time!), and a glass of wine overlooking the waterfront and watching the three men ...