Elektra Hotel & Spa
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... and the immaculate conception! After a lovely outdoor lunch we drove almost two hours to our hotel for tonight - Porto Otilio - down a steep windy road to the coast. I have a lovely room - with very bad wifi reception - with an ocean view. I went swimming in the Ionian Sea area of the Mediteranean as well as in the lovely hotel pool. A lot of us would like to stay in this quiet beautiful spot - but we have the Diros Caves and Kardamyli to see - and will sleep in Olympia tomorrow ...
The past week and a bit has seen us leave behind Albania, a country that continued to surpass any expectations placed upon it and begin our whirlwind journey of Greece. Greece has always been in a way an end point of this year's journey, when we speak to any other travellers it always seemed to end with 'and then eventually to Greece’. Well, now we are here, making it a little scary that our summer travel is coming to an end but exciting to see what this amazing place has to ...
... its merits (or lack thereof), but seeing the walls and ceiling of a church covered in frescoes was truly something else. I myself didn't really care for the style before I began the class (still unsure how I feel, but I can at least appreciate it now), but it's really different to be looking at a fresco or mosaic on a slideshow or in a book, and then just being absolutely surrounded by them.
So the plan for the day was to also ...
Smoking hot all day and night!! I envisioned for today us hunting for a beach which we haven't visited yet, so we headed out in the morning. On the advice of Jimmy we drove to Koroni and it proved to be a great suggestion. After driving down the southwest tip of the Peloponesse we arrived at the small village of Koroni. The drive was beautiful and the small villages we drove through along the way are so interesting as the road is barely wide enough for two car to ...
... I didn't have to play where is the shower game? There are a few other catch phrases we've acquired during our beach time such as "salty nose", "salty ears" and "salty eyes". We didn't have the salt to wash off but by time we got to the car we were covered in sand from our flip flops flopping. Maybe I'll stop complaining now because things could seriously be so much worse. I have to say that I have dropped a great deal of my modesty ...