Esperides Resort Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... land it seems strange to see such a mix of vehicles, on Crete about 80%25 of the vehicles were 4x4 pickups,in various sizes and states of disrepair, the remainder were mostly small vehicles. Many of the vehicles had bent panels on them. We think it is from the falling rocks that litter the roadswe came to a bridge that spanned an inlet, it wasn't very long but cost us 13.60€ to cross it, I had only got ...
... along the sea front through the local town. The road is covered in grit and pebbles probably from the recent storms, there are some very nice looking houses along here, we passed a lady who chatted to us in Greek, we didn't understand and she didn't speak any English. By the time we returned it was getting dark, we had tea and researched different ferry options, but didn't make a decision about which port to sail ...
... us in Oz when it's been stamped. I wasn't in favour of going to Vathi municipal office to check everything - luckily Marky was on the ball!!! We would have got home and our papers might not have been legal!!! OMG only in Greece!! We did a bit of shopping then headed back to Frikes for lunch. We had some lovely Greek dips and 1/2 a litre of wine. Somehow Mark was able to drive the ...
... my great grandfathers grave. It felt kind of weird to know he was buried where he'd always lived on this island and I'd never met him. I did feel connected- it felt special. Marky and I then went to the beach. We met some lovely Brits, Claire and Tim and had lunch with them. A Greek man who knew we had a Greek connection to the local village, shouted us a bottle if Ouzo!! Marky and Tim loved it. Three glasses of that stuff ...
... ends up, 10 years later, with all men dead and and having to kill a bunch of guys who are after his wife. Comparatively, he had a much rougher time but I am pretty sure Homer embellished the story a little. On our last day on the beautiful Greek Island of Ithaca, Joanne and I were guided on a mountain walk by a Dutch woman who lives there. Her name is Ester Von Zuylen and she showed us ruins that some archeologists think are the palace of Odysseus. The place was ...