Hotel Platis Yialos
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... went through the town starting at 2pm and all the shops and stores were closed. We soon found out that the businesses close from 2pm to 6pm and it was best to do any shopping in the morning. We explored Naoussa's small port, a ruin of a Venetian Castle at the end of the breakwater and the narrow alleys/paths within the city. There were numerous artsy craft stores and funky cafes that attracted our attention, but all were closed for the season. This is one of ...
... to shop. Opted for a flat white & then waited for boarding. Had already been through luggage x-ray when we arrived & now had to have hand luggage checked visually. At this point, a little over the amount of checks! Finally boarded just after 1.00am. not a huge amount of sleep. Longest flight ever & rather bumpy! Arrived in Adelaide just before 9.00pm & glad to see our mates Gayle & Sandy there to greet us! The 6 week adventure ...
Thought we would explore the south & south east coast of Paros today. Looked for Voutakos Beach which is supposed to be located not far from Pounta where we were staying. Could not seem to find it even after several attempts! However we did manage to find a beautiful little bay. We then proceeded to drive through Aliki to Glyfa & Dryos. Dryos is a beautiful town. We drove into the end ...
... diverse nation.
I’m met at the port by Nickolas, a self proclaimed ambassador of this beautiful chain of Islands, and who extols their virtues at every opportunity. It’s 8.30 on a warm evening, as several hundred other also exit the same ferry. He tells me that the island only has 5 taxis, and they’ve all been taken. So we need to wait for the bus to our small village up in the hills.
We are here for a gastronomy ...
... over the deep blue waters of the Aegean.
Today was our first day of filming for ‘The Four Seasons of Greece’, and we needed to cram a lot into our schedule. The morning was to be taken up with a group trip organised by the local tourist board. I was informed that it was especially for a number of journalists attending the food festival –
a fact that concerned me somewhat. If you are filming news, current affairs, or similar items, ...