Fiscardo Bay Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So sadly, we had our last breakfast on the balcony of our villa and watched the sun come up! The sun rises around 7.40am on the island. We closed all the shutters and locked up the house. The boys were waiting outside for us. We loaded the cases into the little Fiat and headed off to the ferry. When we arrived there was a huge line up of cars , I was wondering how they would all fit on, until I saw three really big buses and a truck come off. Andy was finding it very hard to ...
This morning after a leisurely breakfast. Marky and I borrowed Marco's car and headed off to Vathi. Marky was wanting to check on our Greek wedding paper work! As it turned out our marriage certificate is perfectly legal in Greece- however in Australia it would need the Greek Apostille stamp!!!! So we have sent it off to the powers that be and asked Andy's solicitor Alexandro's to post ...
... coffee, brewed in a different way? He didn't have palpitations at all?? We then popped into see how Andy was, he seemed a bit better this morning. He's a bit flat having to stay lying down and I think he's still in quite a bit of pain. He rang mum for me and I was able to talk to her, for a few minutes. She sounds way better and is hanging to leave the hospital in Mornington. This afternoon we walked down to the cemetery and ...
... This day has the makings of a good travel blog post but it was no Odyssey; an Odyssey is something bigger. Odysseus, my Bronze-age hero and his men had a tough time getting back to their home, Ithaca. Here is how that went; some men get killed by a god, some men are eaten by a one-eyed giant, the crew gets drugged up, Odysseus visits Hades (hell), some crew are eaten by a monster, Odysseus is held as prisoner by a demi-god. He starts off with 12 boats of 40 men ...
... Mark couldn't finish his drink! That's saying something!!! We went for a walk after lunch and then headed back to our villa. Everything shuts between 2pm-5pm while the people go to sleep!!! I guess that's how the Greeks kick on until 2am!!! We had a sleep then headed over to Andy's. We thought Andy and Marco had gone to their restaurant to prep for their lunch time and evening meals, only to find that Andy's leg had swollen up through the night ...