Travel Blogs from Faliraki
... but still don’t like being harassed so we usually don’t go in those places. However one young man yelled out “Hello family!” which made us laugh and then he helped us find something on our map so we returned to his sidewalk restaurant at lunch time. Mum and I split Greek salad, and pork souvlaki on a stick, James got calamari and we all had tzasiki sauce (garlicky cucumber-y yogurt) to ...
We woke up to a sunny day and had ordered room service since
our tour started early, and after breakfast we headed to the theater to get our
bus tickets for our tour. The destination services are extremely organized; I have never been told in so many pleasant ways how to wait until our bus is called. They also know what tour you are heading to as you leave the theater and will very politely mention if you need a jacket or
long pants, based on where ...
... 4.6 miles today.
... as I booked the holiday lol).
Suitcases packed, time to return the hire car keys.
Our last dinner, was very nice - had a glass of wine too. Seems so final :-(
The coach collected us at 21.30, the drive to the airport surprisingly quick.
Thank goodness the flight is on time. Time for some duty free, then off to catch the flight.
Hope to return to this beautiful island next year ...
... other end of the beach.............perfect conditions for some power kiting :-D. So for about an hour before sunset we managed to squeeze in some well-earned kite time.
Back to the hotel for some dinner, yay chocolate fudge cake!, and maybe start to organise the packing (scrap that!) lol. We had a chill at the bar with some soft drinks listening to the water.
Think tomorrow, we'll be squeezing in some last minute sun at Tsampika ...