Kakkos Bay Hotel

Address: Ferma, Ierapetra, Crete, 722 00, Greece | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Ferma, Ierapetra.
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Travel Blogs from Ierapetra

Windmills and Cave Hunting

A travel blog entry by davetamara on Oct 02, 2014

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... rest of the way with us, and sure enough there was a sign for
rooms, Argoulias apartments. But the building was shut. We went back to the
street, and found a French couple also looking for rooms. They had tried the
phone number in their guide book but it did not work, so then they tried the
number on the sign ...

Crete

A travel blog entry by hfairweather on Sep 23, 2014

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On Tuesday we flew to Heraklion - the main city in Crete. We then got a bus to our hotel in Sisi. The Hotel was called Sentido Vasi Hotel. It had 7 swimming pools including one with a volleyball net. When we got there it really hot even though it was night time. The next morning we walked to the volleyball pool and played all morning. I had great fun in the ...

Crete - first few days

A travel blog entry by tfairweather on Sep 23, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

On Tuesday 23rd we flew to Heraklion - the capital and main airport in Crete. The airport was crazy - warm, crowded, and there was confusion about which carousel our bags were coming on. Eventually we got our bags and identified the coach (there was loads lined up) which would get us to our hotel. I found it by the way. The next day we focused on swimming. The temperature was in the 30's and we spent a ...

Beach and Villages

A travel blog entry by alexvarelas on Sep 06, 2014

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... road which takes about an hour. Then you have to park the car, and try and get past the goats that want to eat your food. Then you have to walk for 2km's or take a donkey. Dad said we needed exercise so Dad had to suffer carrying 10kgs. It was worth it though because the water was stunning and the sand was so white. On the way home we took a donkey because it was very hard to walk up the hill.
The next day we spent the day watching North Melbourne ...

Something About the Ocean...

A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Aug 30, 2014

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... of his being that shine forth and I perpetually find myself seeing new glimpses of the Lord that steal my breath away.

In thinking about grace while sitting out here, I cannot help but think about the great lyric from “How He Loves” by David Crowder that says, “If his grace is an ocean, we're all sinking.” God's grace is a grace so deep and wide, a grace so endless that we could sail its coasts forever and never desire to find ...