Hotel Mikro Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... and pretty nice hotel I could have just crashed there for the night like a lazy cat but since I was here I decided to take advantage of the situation. Making contact with two couch surfers, earlier in the day, I plan my night and we decide on our meeting places. The evening starts off fine with some good conversation, sightseeing and a lovely trip to a nearby mountain village where I enjoy meze and raki with a few Greeks and another foreigner. After our ...
... 8221; “sick” “10 days” and of course, “rakki”. The lady shakes her head, Costos tells me that she won’t make the drink, “because can make fire.”
Can you imagine my face right now?
He explains that rakki is a drink that kills bacteria (alcohol), and they warm it up, put some honey and lemon in it - then poof ! you’re all better. Aka - witch magic. We sit and drink some sort ...
On Tuesday we flew to Heraklion - the main city in Crete. We then got a bus to our hotel in Sisi. The Hotel was called Sentido Vasi Hotel. It had 7 swimming pools including one with a volleyball net. When we got there it really hot even though it was night time. The next morning we walked to the volleyball pool and played all morning. I had great fun in the ...
On Tuesday 23rd we flew to Heraklion - the capital and main airport in Crete. The airport was crazy - warm, crowded, and there was confusion about which carousel our bags were coming on. Eventually we got our bags and identified the coach (there was loads lined up) which would get us to our hotel. I found it by the way. The next day we focused on swimming. The temperature was in the 30's and we spent a ...
... road which takes about an hour. Then you have to park the car, and try and get past the goats that want to eat your food. Then you have to walk for 2km's or take a donkey. Dad said we needed exercise so Dad had to suffer carrying 10kgs. It was worth it though because the water was stunning and the sand was so white. On the way home we took a donkey because it was very hard to walk up the hill.
The next day we spent the day watching North Melbourne ...