Hersonissos Maris Hotel and Suites
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2 bolshy, independent, young Scottish women, a desire to escape the rat-race we were falling into, a joint passion for Greece, high expectations, no concrete plan in mind and an "it'll be alright on the night/each day as it comes" attitude was probably destined to be a recipe for disaster from the start! It started at the end of May when I was …
... across the street from the world’s worst restaurant we had visited for lunch a few days ago) Dinner was delicious – lamb chops, creamy mushrooms, and fresh salad. The rules still hold for restaurant dining!
Before going to bed, we thought we’d do one last tour of tourist trap alley, but found that at 9pm on a Friday, everything was closing up shop! Oh well, time for an Advil and bed instead and on to Santorini tomorrow ...
... in the tiny town of Agia Pelaglia. The town has a few tiny beaches and surrounded by olive and grape plants on the hills. We were greeted in the morning with breakfast on the balcony including home made Greek yoghurt and honey, homemade bread with jams made by 'muma' and plenty of baklava, fruit and tomatoes. After breakfast we wondered down into town to the beaches, and after climbing a few rocks were rewarded with ...
... ve really been diving and was tested on making some decisions underwater. I’ve learned more about what to do, what not to do, and what to say to the dive master before going under.
Brad: I have to concur with Jen on the overall diving experience. Especially after recently snorkeling in Hawaii, in 10ft deep water and seeing 10 times the sealife, and 10 times the colour. The visibility was great here, although it was a fairly dark experience. ...
Tried the Raki...came short of splurting it out! You know the feeling...reading later 80%!!! Made from grape skin & twigs left over from stomping...new meaning of Dregs!
PS now about the Museum: With the help o their large storage urns, began the Trade routes thus standardising weights & measures. With their creative attributes they developed stamps which could be found imprinted on the handles. Most of the exhibits in the ...
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