Travel Blogs from Oia
A day trip to Nea Styra allowed us to go for a nice swim with a return ferry boat ride.
we enjoyed the small ferry ride weather so nice got to Arlene and nicks condo with nicks dad then set up and had coffee then down to the beech for a nice swim along with a walk we returned in the afternoon
for the evening we went for a coffee and ice cream along the beech in Athens with loads of people around ...
... pick up more passengers. From there we headed to Nea Kameni, the volcano.
We were unaware that we would be hiking up the volcano. We only remembered the lady that booked us saying to bring water and wear comfortable clothing…maybe she said shoes too? My sport sandals were not too bad but Mel’s sandals with heels caused her to develop blisters before the day was done. Volcanic material is not easy to hike on.
We had an excellent guide from our boat named ...
One of the most beautiful beaches in the prefecture of Attica, which in summer is full of life. Overlooking the island of Evia, the area is one of the best options for summer lazing, if you are in Athens, while the rest months of the year you can enjoy your coffee gazing at the sea …
... a few things that can grow in the volcanic ash soil: cherry tomatos, pistachio trees, cucumber, white eggplant and wine grapes. The white grape grows better here and has a less acidic taste. Also, to see the vineyards you would never know they are vineyards because the grapes do not grow as we traditionally see them. Because of the high drainage (volcanic ash doesn't trap moisture well), and the extreme winds and heat, the wines grow against the soil ...
... those wanting to talk more specifically about their own situations. We are pleased to see the growing realization that every hospital or health facility needs a community health outreach that is community-driven, multipliable, wholistic and directed towards prevention of the common problems. ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking