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... and headed to Red Beach on the other side of the island. First sight of Red Beach was breathtaking. Never seen anything like it. It was almost like looking at Uluru with really blue water at the bottom. We went down for a swim before heading out to see some of the other beaches. We got some lunch and a small kiosk on one of the beaches before heading to Eros? Beach. So different from Red Beach yet so close to it. Eros beach had the ...
DAY 49 – April 30, 2015
KATAKOLO / OLYMPIA
Now we are on the Peloponnese peninsula and the small port village of Katakolo that acts as the port for the capital city of Pygros and the jumping-off point for trips to Olympia. There is nothing much here but shops and friendly and enthusiastic locals.
Olympia, the home of the first Olympics staged back in 776 BC. The site has a tranquility that is hard to explain ...
Drive south nearly to tip of peninsula. Wild and empty coast with one or two semi-derelict villages, usually high up to be more easily defended. Even if the village is now derelict, the church has been maintained at great expense. Little cove with a few fishing boats. At Vatheo we stop to explore. High up in the hills with a clear view of coast, this is a large Maniot village, restored by Greek government as a hotel then abandoned again when funds ran out. Sad to ...
Kyrimai Hotel has times and again been awarded and it is one of those you don't want to leave, wishing you had more days to enjoy it here.
A Historic Hotel with Many Awards –The Jewel of Mani.
Kyrimai is my latest discovery and I spotted it while searching the list of the distinguished Greek Historic hotels. It runs its venues to the highest standard and it is a Greek jewel that deservedly is on the list. It has been awarded as the ...
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On entering the site, we were surprised at how green everything was. I still have Pompeii and Ephesus in mind where everything is still in desert-like conditions with no shade.
The Palaistra was the first stop, Angela, our guide, explained how this used to be the training centre for the athletes. The length of the Palaistra was the same length as the running track. There were rooms to anoint their bodies with oil, ...