Dolphin Bay Family Beach Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
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Left Ambelas with an emotional bye bye to Stella and the peace and relaxation ( and food!) and took a taxi across the island to Parikia, the main town and ferry port. Nice town, not too touristy, very good museum, and a stunning 6th c. Church which was the model for Agia Sophia in Istanbul. Tomorrow slow boat to Thera (santorini) and back to the tourist ...
... then headed to a taverna that had tables on the water front. I ordered food and ate, drank and watched the sun
set over the sea. After dinner i went for a walk into town. I found the Venetian fort, had a look at some of the shops and then found a t-shirt printing place. Here i got my "keep calm and travel the world" t-shirt. I walked around some more and then headed back to the hotel. Here i used the WiFi, then went to my room, watched a movie and went to bed.
I got up this morning at 8am, showered, dressed and went looking for breakfast. This hotel does not have a breakfast room, but a tray is provided to you at the room. I ate – mostly toast and fruit. After breakfast i got ready for the day. I then walked into town, walking past the close beach, then walked past the port, then onto the far beach, where there was a windmill. I then walked into the town, took some pictures ...
... the hotel, collected my bags and walked it down to the port station where i waited for the ferry. Soon the ferry arrived and i got on, left my bags in luggage storage and went to find a seat.
It was only 1hr to Paros, during that time i read. When the ferry arrived i got off after collecting my bags and meet with people from the hotel who were providing a lift to the hotel. It was a short trip to the hotel, then i got my room, unpacked and went to bed.
... because it turned out that “the concert” was a religious celebration for the whole town/island. Long tables were set outside the church and everybody was served wine and cake and later in the evening a free meal in Styrofoam boxes. We were made to feel very welcome and had some interesting conversations with our table mates while waiting and waiting for the music to start. Instead of the music there was a procession and ...