Hotel Sun Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Migraine day. Slept in the cabin until there was only enough time left to go out to Kos, hurry to the beach ans have a dip, go back again. There was dance music and bars at the beach. On the way there we passed hundreds of shops. It was boring. I don't mind not having had more time on Kos. Except for the fact you can rent a bike there. That might have taken us far ...
... that kind, are sure to be green with envy. They will be like: boy, what did I miss out on. Yeah! Bosses will want to hire you. You will be beaming with success and happiness. Everybody touched the sponge. No one could see the effect though, because we have no wi-fi. Later the cleaning crew were crawling on the ground. The entertainment crew and the crew in the reception were crawling in the ...
... the wind will be behind us as we race past Symi. A little update on Jules. She is collecting a good array of bruises. A notable one on her foot caused by a dropped bottle of wine (just purchased) as the plastic bag broke, several on legs usually caused by impacts with winches. More impressive than the skiing bruises!! Why on earth do we subject ourselves to these holidays?? I think that tomorrow Jules can stick with the steering and I will control the ...
... just the headsail. Fantastic! Palamut is a delightful beach resort. We have a free day tomorrow so we are going to stay here and spend a day on the beach!! (Small is most happy) Simon and his family whizzed past us on their 45 foot deluxe palace!! A very comfortable modern boat that sails well. It has three cabins and three "heads" each with and electric loo. No pumping for ...
... us blowing bread, plastic plates etc around. The wind did not drop all night and we had a very fitful nights sleep. The wind was whistling through the rigging of all the boats plus all the assorted noises of a boat moving. Not a relaxing night...... We now have to batter ourselves directly into wind for about 12 miles before turning downwind and hopefully a bit of sailing. However no doubt round the peninsular the wind will simply ...