Hotel Platis Yialos
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... us a tour of the facilities. We were grateful for their hospitality and also received some good advice, 'It is less effort to say yes, instead of no. It takes more energy to resist something than to accept it.' We find this true in many aspects of travelling, it is always better to accept the situation and deal with it the best possible way, than to reject it and try to change the situation when you have very little influence to do so. After the short visit, ...
... the interior of the island. Once on the other side i went to a beach, parked, then had a coffee in a nearby cafe. I then went for a swim. The water was very shallow and refreshing as it was going to be a hot day. After finishing at this beach i headed back to the car and went for a drive around. I went to the Punda beach club. Here i hired a chair, had a few drinks and some lunch, walked around, then left. The Punda beach club is like paradise beach on mykonos. ...
... up some souvenirs, had a look at some shops, some of the ruins and the church. I went to the shops and picked up some supplies, then went back to the hotel and changed into beach wear.
I then went to a quad bike hire place and tried to hire a buggy, but they had sold out, so i got a quad bike. From the hire place i went to a petrol station, filled up the bike, then left the town and headed down south. I came across the first ...
... 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, ...