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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... a blue flag denotes excellent water quality. The camp also had a bar, supermarket and restaurant. We met a lovely woman, Ritsa and her family. She lived in Melbourne until she was 18 and now lives in Greece. She made us some Greek coffee and it was lovely to chat with her.
After another relaxing few days we contacted DHL on Monday, received the paperwork and delivered it back to their office. ...
... for a drink. They have recently met and we enjoyed talking to them both. We learned a lot about their thoughts and views of Greece. Perhaps one statement summed it up, that in Greece everything is possible if it were illegal. My assessment is that Greece has lots of grey interpretation whereas countries like NZ and Germany, it is black or white, ie we voluntarily conform.
Our conversation ...
... was close to perfect - well until evening and the sand flies and mosquitos decided that they like this place too. Something that you would also expect in NZ I guess.
We stayed two nights here and made friends with Boris the Bulgarian. It was Boris that convinced us to drive via Bulgaria, rather than through Greece. He was trying very hard to speak English and we thoroughly enjoyed ...
... keep up with the score and game progress, alas no live radio. I am not sure that I have listened to live radio since Winston McCarthy used to commentate back in 1960-70's with those lovely expressions like 'Is it over…wait.. Listen to the crowd’
We joined the toll roads again. The first seemed a little unreasonable as most of it was still ...
... chill out and catch up. Unexpectedly the internet connection is the best we've had so far. The first could of days we had a lot of rain and it meant we did stick around camp. At one stage we almost needed to swim to get across the ablution blocks. Fortunately we had chosen a site on slightly raised ground.
Now the weather has settled and we've enjoyed walking, swimming and cycling around the bay.