Hotel Villa Anna
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... to scores of hippies flocking here in the late 60's to take up rent free residence in the caves used for burials in Roman times.
We parked at the beach, there were a couple of other tourist cars parked, but no sign of the hippies, we were expecting groups of wrinkled faces with grey ponytails to be here!
The entry fee of 2 € paid we started to explore, the first caves were not very ...
... she could come and check us out. The food was delicious. Once we had payed and discussed what good year it is for olive oil, we drove into Ieropetra, the economic centre of the green house industry. We shopped and then looked for a top up shop, by the time we got to it it had closed for the afternoon, it amazes us that businesses make any money here, they always seem to be closed!
We drove along the coast occasionally, the road climbed over rocky outcrops and wound it's ...
... and not very welcoming. We found a small cove to park for the night, there is definitely a storm brewing, the wind us getting stronger and there are occasional showers. The cove is very nice, there is a long beach in a tight curve with steep mountain sides at each end, the centre area is all olive trees leading up a gentle incline to the village which us about 5 kilometres away. There is one taverna which is closed up for the winter which has a small lake behind it and at ...
... very much wildlife around, a few gulls are about all we saw. Our travel agent called us and we completed our transaction, that's it we've got our flights booked, our treks and accommodation in Kathmandu are arranged, we are still working out an itinerary for Namibia but have flights and hotel for our first night booked. Back from our walk we had a late lunch and then packed up to drive to Agios Nikolias, overlooking the Mirrabello Bay, a narrow ...
... a handsome fishing harbour. There is also a causeway leading to Kolokytha Peninsular. There are also fine views of Spinalonga Island which was used as a leper colony from 1903 to 1957. We found a camping spot at the end of the village close to the causeway, we went for a walk onto the Peninsular passing some windmills in various states of disrepair. There was a finger post with various things to see and distances to them, we decided to walk to them tomorrow, as ...