Hotel Kavuras Village
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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I got up at 8am, showered, dressed and then went to breakfast. I got my breakfast tray and ate it while using the WiFi. After breakfast i went back to the room, got ready for the day, then
left the hotel/hostel. I walked to the town square, went to the tour meeting point, waited and then had to walk down the street anyway to meet the bus. The bus took us to the port where we picked up more people and started the tour. The tour was done in English, ...
... this is because it is a maze. I dropped off my buggy and walked back to the hotel/hostel.
After dropping off my stuff i went for a walk along the St George's beach. I walked right to the end, had a swim, then walked back to the other end of the beach and had a drink at the bar. I then walked back to the hotel/ hostel.
Here i meet some new roommates, did some reading, then headed out into town. I went to the main square, walked around, found a tour place and booked a tour ...
... checked it out.
I first walked along the beach, explored it, then found a spot to swim, was in the water for a few minutes, came out, then walked along the beach some more, then walked back to the hostel. I then got changed, read, relaxed and then left the hostel to find a place for dinner. I waked to the main square, found some more hire places, then looked around the main square, found a place for ...
... Despite some issues for cleanliness (there were buggies!), our room was absolutely gorgeous, and we had TWO massive balconies with a view over the island. Maria also set us up with an ATV shop, who delivered three ATVs for our use for our stay on Mykonos. Six girls, two to a car. I had the (fun?) opportunity to learn how to drive our finicky ATV on major roads, with other scooters, cars and buses, and experience the free-for-all which stands as ‘traffic ...
... to the port and our shuttle had to be the oldest piece of **** ever and it sure did prove it. We were driving up a small hill and it couldn't make it. We were slowly slipping down the hill and the driver was so stubborn, we were so close to hitting the wall and falling off the cliff! We all ended up getting off the shuttle to give it a push to help it up the hill. It was the funniest and most scary thing to happen this trip so far. There was a big round of applause for ...