Hotel & Suites Gouves Mare
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... one had concentric circles on the ceiling another Buddhas and a Buddhist scene with lotus flowers. Many if the caves had names and dates of their occupants, mostly date were in the 70's.
The cove here is very pretty with a crescent shaped beach, lovely clear water, it would have been lovely living rent free in such beautiful surroundings.
As we walked back to the car park a group ...
... Vulture centre, to the plateau. It was just as the guide book said only the great expanse is covered in two feet of snow, in places there are drifts that are four feet deep. As we drove around the 20 villages on the plateau the villagers were digging out vehicles that were completely submerged in the snow, the only way you could tell that they were there was by the strange dome shape the snow had made on them ...
... closed, just a few tavernas and cafes were doing business. It's still bitterly cold so we don't wander about for too long. Heading back to the campsite we noticed signs for Karteros Canyon, intrigued we followed the signs, a few miles later after passing through some villages we turned onto a track leading into the canyon we ducked and dived through olive trees and four foot tall reeds, we crossed 3 fords coming to ...
... then returned to the campsite. We seem to gave developed a fault with the hob today and it won't fire up, Les will look at it later. We cannot believe how cold the wind is and get out some winter clothes to put on. We hung the washing out using extra pegs and hoped it would dry in between the less frequent hail storms Next a brisk walk to warm us up. We walked into the local resort dodging the waves as they crashed against the rocks ...
... known us a while will know about our trip to Lauterbrunen in Switzerland in the summer of 2005. http://www.swissinfo.ch/eng/floods-and- landslides-cut-off-alpine-villages/4686 902. It isn't as bad as Switzerland but we will stay here until it's passed, we don't want any landslides hitting us! We read our books most of the afternoon as the electricity came on and went off again several times. At tea time catering made some flapjack, comfort food! Whilst we continue to sit the storm ...