Glaros Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we had too bend double yo get into them. They were very similar to the burial cave that we have visited in both Greece and Turkey, with tombs cut into the rock. Some had large arches carved into the walls with shelves below them, and some had niches where votive would have been placed. As we climbed along the narrow ledges between the caves the ceilings became higher, some of the interiors had 70's ...
We pottered about in the morning getting ready to leave. Logan had his walk on the beach and then we went to reception to pay. There wasn't any sign of life there or upstairs where the owners live. We know they are busy collecting their olives, Les walked to the restaurant to see if anyone was there. He was gone quite a while and came back with a plate of local pancake filled with feta cheese. The owners mother in law was cooking feeding the olive pickers and sent some for us to ...
... if the cove there us a house tucked back from the sea. We parked in front of the small lake where we could hear a loud animal sound, it sounded like a very loud cricket, after some research we decided that it was a Cretan marsh toad. We walked went for a walk through the olive groves, for an hour or so. When we got back we could hear several of the toads all making a loud noise, it sounded as if they were competing with each other. We thought they would keep us awake all ...
... the attractive harbour from the circular Vousismeni Lake who's shore is lined with cafes and restaurants. It wasn't far and we parked at the harbour and walked through the town to the others side where there was a marina. There were four campers parked in the marina car park, it must be a popular site for overnight stops. We walked through the marina, there appears to be more boats in dry dock than in the water. There are plenty of big yachts ...
... some large black clouds looming in the distance. We walked back to Dream Catcher and arrived just as it started to rain. Before long it was going dark, we emailed and rang the travel agent who is booking our flights for us, as the reservations expired at 6.00pm UK time. In the spring we have arranged the following: We have now decided what we are going to do next. So driving to India and Nepal is either not possible (through Pakistan), or unaffordable (through ...