- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
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Travel Blogs from Paros
... too. We have eaten out every night here as it's quite cheap - usually €10 a head. My diet has mainly consisted of baked aubergine and Greek salad. Oh and ice cream! I feel a bit sick about the amount of ice cream I have had, might have to take a bit of a break on the old cream. There was a shop near us though that sold one scoop for €1.80 and it was honestly the best ice cream I've ever had. So many flavours and all home made! I had white chocolate and passion ...
... sat outside on the bow of the boat, the Greek Waters Pilot open in front of me. One option was to clean the filter as G had proposed and to go to Parikia hoping that we would get there with a working engine. Yet the chance that the engine would only work temporarily seemed too large and approaching Parikia without an engine (and possibly no wind) was too risky: a current towards the rocks in front of the bay had caused many ships to sink in the past, including the ...
... to a beach at the top of the island. Well it is not a proper beach it was just rocks like a beach.
And we were chasing fish and jumping off rocks. I was having so much fun.
We were chasing these fish that I named bulletfish because they were so fast. We chased them around for a long time.
We went to the Bubble Park again for the last time and I did something amazing.
First I did a ...
... of a movie about that.
You still feel like you are at war when we are walking through the town to the hotel. The wind is so strong it bites through all your clothes. We are all freezing-we even try huddling like penguins at one point to solve the problem. I think our whole group has worked out why penguins huddle(to keep warm)-do you know I never knew that before?
Anyways back to the warm hotel, that night was probably the first night Tamiko, Beth and I had ...
... is the 3rd largest island in the Cyclades and was initially populated during the 5th millennium BC. During the Mycenaean Period (1200-1000 BC) a fortified citadel flourished at Koukounaries that is near Naoussa. There is an ancient marble quarry on the island that was used by the Greeks to build the Athens Acropolis and various temples. The weather was sunny and warm during the first day, so we decided to walk the beach and through the small town on ...