AKS Hinitsa Bay
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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More water-skiing in Porto Heli. Today the entire family got in on the act. Hamish seemed to be reconsidering whether this was a good idea since his big brother was having none of it. However, as soon as it looked like we weren't going to give him a go and I started to put on the skis, he jumped in and said no no no it was his turn. Another great …
... been cancelled by the website we used to book - I would recommend never using Edreams (who still hasn't given a satisfactory explanation). Our plane tickets ended up being $100 more expensive and that much more stressful. Luckily there were still a few seats and the customer service agent put us through relatively quickly and painlessly. On to relaxing Rhodes and the second site of Ancient World Wonder, and now, back to my daily baklava. Sticky fingers makes typing ...
We leave the ship on a tender, with a short,calm ride to the shore. Our bus, no pretentious coaches in Greece, take us the Corinth Canal. This canal, built between 1881 & 1893 is 4 miles long, cuts through the Isthmus of Corinth and connects the Gulf of Corinth with the Saronic Gulf in the Aegean Sea.
It seems that every tourist in the area is visiting at the same time. Boats still use the canal, but being only 70 feet wide, the cruise ships and cargo boats still have the go around ...
We went to a small fishing town and a couple near by attractions today. Vivari is a fishing and beach town about 20 minutes drive from Nafplio. There is a small beach and a few fishing boats. But there was not much that kept us there. Afterward, we went to the unsupervised Frahthi cave. It was quite a long drive. And when we got to the end of a rocky beach, we saw a sign for the cave. On a sign, someone painted an arrow on it to the right. The arrow pointed to an ...
... sign with a large icon, marking the entrance to a path leading to the Monastery of Palaiopanagia, which can be seen down in the distance.
As we approached Agios Ioannis, we could see the houses, with clay tiled roofs, spread throughout this very pretty village where everyone knows each other (which is always the case in villages due to their small size). We went to see Thia Sophia's (the aunt) house and then continued to another part of the ...