Esperides Resort Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Good morning all, starting to write today's blog whilst all you landlubbers are hopefully fast asleep in bed- 7:30 here, 2 hours earlier in the UK. Today's guest blogger is Rob, firstly some useless facts about his experiences on the cruise to date, or should it be 'some facts about his useless sailing experience' instead! Woke up this morning feeling a mossie on his neck, only to find it was the strap from his glasses! Famed for listening to ...
... tree. Making the most of the shade with a small selection of tables and chairs outside it could give a rather unassuming impression to the passer by. Another Greek/Australian, Dennis, is the landlord. A constant source of smiles and energy he welcomes punters with enthusiasm and a strong Australian accent. The barmen, Renato and Babis, are the worker bees buzzing around with a spring in their step making and tasting cocktails. Like schoolboys ...
... out in pine and cream interior giving a retro feel. She felt lived in and homely and after some sprucing up with a good clean I felt settled quite quickly. I had the aft port cabin and lily had the aft starboard. We figured out we could send morse code style signals through the adjoining walls and wave to each other through the windows across the cockpit. The only difference was lily had a fan to keep cool and I had a nice ...
... Glass, lets buy that first - then join the queue in the sun!!! Jess is trying to hide her sunburn from the Sun but it's hot and hurts - we all add a new layer of dun cream rather hastily!
This cave is €7 but still a bargain. We go down the steps and into the sloping tunnel, we can see a blue glow at the end.
After a long drive and a slight detour where we virtually ended up where we started after an hour and a half drive we finally locate the Drogarati Cave!
It's in the middle of nowhere as expected. Just the usual Greek Gift Shop selling everything Greek and a free Swimming Pool. Tempting as it's soooo hot but we head over to the Cave entrance. A Whopping €5 entrance fee!!! Unbelievable!! If we were in England this would be at least £11.