Hanioti Palace Hotel
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... that well. However, we did find one cute,
wild camp by a tiny church, which was part of a pilgrim walking route.
we figured out where to wait for the ferry in Trieste, we had long
night vigil in the truck car park, waiting to load for a 4.30am start.
It was noisy, but an eye opener watching the huge volume of trucks
lining up to travel to various ports in Italy or Greece. Loading the boat was
exciting, as we were directed ...
... both brilliant and open to new stuff still, they both took on board some nutrition advice and are changing certain things to be more healthy, this I find refreshing.
Although the weather is much better than the UK we have had our fair share of rain, so much so the other day we had a rather severe leak in the kitchen. This was caused by some issue by the water tank and the result was that all of ...
Today we went into town to buy some food and bumped into Panyota who does the gardening where we are staying, she is a lovely Greek lady who speaks good English. We some how got chatting about mushrooms and she offered to take us foraging sometime. Well there is no time like the present so we hired a car and off we went to forage.
She knew a few good ...
... see, in just 5 minutes I had a rather large polystyrene tray full of plastic bottles, bags, rope etc.
We then went to the beach with Dawn this afternoon again to take the kids and Cassie for a walk. We had a good time throwing the ball for the kids and Cassie. A local guy came with a canoe which gave us plenty of amusement as he kept falling out and ...
... nice weather so the beach has become priority for the kids.
This is the only true sandy beach on the Island and the kids and Cassie had a whale of a time running up and down the beach. I was on ball throwing duty and the kids were racing Cassie, it was a close contest as to who was going to run out of energy first. The water on the beach is very shallow so the kids could paddle out quite far which was ideal for throwing ...