Gelina Village Hotel & Resort
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... wine drinker and it was a let down to say the least. I think we are used to more sweet wines in Australia. I met a lovely Indian couple today at breakfast. Mr and Mrs Ube. They were really cool people. He told me he left Goa in India in 1960 and moved to England. Later I met his wife at the laundry. I admired her Indian clothes and said she looked beautiful. I asked her could I see the detail of her pants as they had folds in them and hung so elegantly. She ...
We stopped at the port of Corfu. The only way to really get around the island is to take an excursion. At least it was for us. We were going to see a Monastery in the village of Palaiokastritsa and to the village of Gastouri to visit the 19th century Achilleion Palace.
The places were very beautiful and again the excursions didn't disappoint ...
• bit of a sleep in before breakfast at about 9.30 • packed our bags and overnight bag ready to leave the hotel in the afternoon • had to check out of rooms at 11 so went down by the pool all morning - pretty boring • had lunch at the hotel - ceasar salad and pita bread with tzatziki with a cocktail • sat in the lobby for about an hour waiting to leave • raff had to reverse down ...
... and grasses, pine cones and sea-shells to decorate our apartment.
Acharavi beach - at the bottom of our 'garden' at the Eriva, is a grand little beach - not too stony like many of the beaches we were to across later in the week. We swan in the warm Ionian Sea, sunbathed and beach-combed, looked for wild flowers and grasses in the hedgerows on the mud track between our hotel and the sands - and found ourselves back at the hotel swimming pool where swifts dive-bombed us ...
... is the Moslem quarter and on the hill above this overlooking the town, the surrounding valleys and mountains in the background is the castle. The houses in both quarters are of a similar style, single story with plenty of windows facing outward overlooking the river. They all seem clean and well maintained. Cobbled streets led through the medieval part of the old town where there are some 15th century buildings from Ottoman times. Several churches ...