Dolphin Bay Family Beach Resort
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Travel Blogs from Galissas
... cash in around midnight, but I struggled through. And at the very least our hotel and time on the beach was amazing.
On another note, I would like to apologize for the lack of pictures and request everyone take a moment of silence to remember 'Casio Exilim 28mm Wide Optical' digital camera, who passed away in the line of duty during the Mykonos trip due to an unretractable lens error. You have been with me since I ...
Finally a great sail! This was one of those story book days, just the right amount of everything; wind around 15 knots most of the day and smooth seas. We did lose a bit of time as I tried to fix the sail batten once more , again unsuccessfully. Later in the morning the wind abated but as Vivienne was taking a nap I did not want to start the engine and patience did pay off. We tied up inside the small port under the guidance of ...
We lifted anchor at 7:30 and unfurled the sails and had a very pleasant but short lived sail out of Naousis Bay. As soon as we were out of the bay the wind turned to our nose and we were faced with another day of motoring. We checked in with BS at 8 am who were still at the marina and on their way to the bakery. We agreed to meet at Finikas. Mid-morning we decided to chance course and have another attempt at sailing but after about an hour ...
... younger beach goers, loud music and water rentals that kept the beach line hopping with jet skis and windsurfers. We walked a length of she shoreline, took some pictures and then left, choosing to drive up the small mountain next to the beach to get a few photos of the view from up high. Chris was getting really good at driving she stick shift on steep inclines, though we decided to stop only three quarters from the top since it didn't look like there was a place to turn ...
... a significantly different wind and sea state; waves of 2 meters and wind gusts up to 7 B.
As the conditions were rather unpleasant we decided to motor to the closest protected bay. We followed s/v Onset with Bill at the helm. He had sailed this waters before and he guided us around and between a few small rocks to a protected anchorage. We dropped anchor at 12:30 behind Wave Runner, who had left early ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet