Gialos Beach Apartments
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... tower houses up on hill we were passing. Checked out a cemetery up near the tower houses - was full of little houses that had the crypts inside.
Drive down to the tip was just breathtaking scenery, rugged mountains, plungig down into the sea below. Bit sad at the end as this represented the further point on the trip - it's all homeward bound now.
Drove back up to Gythio, and spent the night in a restaurant carpark, right on the water ...
... and it is cheap! A cappuccino for me and a beer for Sam, €5. The water is and was divine! Small pebbles to walk on so it was easy & comfortable to walk on, not like St Jacobs beach. The water was refreshing and warm enough to make it really easy to get wet. No waves at all and crystal clear, it gets deep quickly and then it got so that we could stand in it again further ...
... bus ride south as we pull up to the gates of this castle, disembark and walk into this magical place. We made our way up through the cobblestone main drag to the hotel which was more like a funny little hobbit town with rooms stacked all over each other. As we had the place almost exclusively to ourselves, it became our little village. It was incredible… but I won’t lie and say there weren’t some aspects of it that challenged me. I have gotten ...
... to the ship we came across a guy who was inviting people into his restaurant. I looked around and he looked the spitting image of my brother Darin. I even had my photo with him and he was telling all his friends I was his sister.
This night at the bar I had a 'Tiquila Sunrise ' cocktail then went to the onboard shop to chock up on cold stuff as I caught a cold then went to look at photos taken professionally of us on ...
This must be the 4th time I
come here. Usually we come for lunch but this time I am not in the mood of
having anything. I am here mostly for photos and a stroll.
I walk up to the Central Square, buy a
newspaper for Yianni and a bottle of some cold water and I head around the
corner on the southern side of town. It is lined with seafood tavernas which
end at the ...