Aquis Zorbas Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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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 ...
... deep gorges, by the middle of the afternoon we turned off the main road and dropped down the side if a gorge, at one point it was so tight you could have touched both sides, however you would have got wet feet in the river. It's amazing how the roads are cut into the hillsides. Passing through a very narrow road in a village the overhanging balconies had their height painted on them, luckily the lowest was 3.5 metres.
At the coast we found a place to park at a small harbour in ...
... if the cove there us a house tucked back from the sea. We parked in front of the small lake where we could hear a loud animal sound, it sounded like a very loud cricket, after some research we decided that it was a Cretan marsh toad. We walked went for a walk through the olive groves, for an hour or so. When we got back we could hear several of the toads all making a loud noise, it sounded as if they were competing with each other. We thought they would keep us awake all ...
... the attractive harbour from the circular Vousismeni Lake who's shore is lined with cafes and restaurants. It wasn't far and we parked at the harbour and walked through the town to the others side where there was a marina. There were four campers parked in the marina car park, it must be a popular site for overnight stops. We walked through the marina, there appears to be more boats in dry dock than in the water. There are plenty of big yachts ...
... ours runs a trekking company, Nepal Myths and Mountain Trails, once a year he organises a medical camp in the Sherpa area where he originates from. We will be going to assist with that. After that we will go on a trek to witness a festival in a remote area inhabited by Tibetans. 3. Fly to Namibia for 3 weeks self drive safari in --------- a Defender 90 of course. 4. Return home late June. OK so it's not all going to be in Dream Catcher, but it will still be an ...