Apollo Resorta Art Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the first time I saw one of your Greek women talking on the phone in the street, I was elated. She was pacing, talking loud and animatedly, flailing her hands, sometimes seeming stern but then laughing just as loud. I loved her passion and saw it consistently in most of your people. They are outspoken and authentic, unconcerned about political correctness or judgement. They are loud, lively, talkative, hospitable and generous. I rarely passed anyone who ...
... in love to any mortal man. Just too bad she's got that little bit of *****iness in her, courtesy of yours truly of course! We couldn't have her being THAT good now could we? What type of punishment would that be! Gotta keep things interesting!
Oh well, I'm back off to Mt Olympus now before things get crazy down here! Opening that jar is not something that I want to be there for!
Woke up to see land not far off and these were the islands of Kallinfa and Zakynthos . Arrived at Katakolon at 11.00am on a perfect morning. Katakolon was developed in the 19 century as the main export area for currants. It was also the site of Greeces first rail track which linked it with Pyrgos. Tourism is the main industry for Katakolon in both summer and winter. We have been shadowed all trip by another cruise ship and were agin ...
We left Athens on a sunny Friday morning and took the bus to the town of Kyparissia where Mike had found us a workstay. Rod and Bernadette met us at the bus station and were the nicest couple we could have hoped for! They had left England about eight years prior when they retired early and decided to build a home in Greece. In addition to their house they have also built a log cabin that Mike and I are staying in and it is by far the nicest accommodation we've had yet! (They use it as ...
... the water. It was windy day and there were many waves, everyone of us got toppled over onto the rocks.Angie and Andrew nearly lost their goggles. We also went to a beach called Portokatsiki with a translation in Greek Orange-goat and the translation in Cypriot in *******-goat. Eitherway the beach was beautiful and it had no waves but not ...