Kythnos Bay Hotel
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... condition is simply breathtaking. It looks grand and when you hear of King Aegeus leaping to his death from the Temple when he thought his son died, it makes for a good story. It was one of the nicest sunsets we have seen in a long time. I wish there were a few clouds in the sky because it would've been even more beautiful.
We left afterwards, they kick you out at 830pm but actually close at 8pm. We to back on the road with the ****** navigation ...
... as though it had been caught fresh this morning. It was full of bones but melted in my mouth!! We headed back to our hotel and got confirmation that we would be embarking our cruise liner at 6:30pm tonight. Lisa advised us there would only be 500 of a possible 1600 people on board and that because of the delay in leaving, the cruise company had upgraded all our cabins by two categories!! Once on the boat we dropped our bags and headed for dinner in the restaurant ...
... 2 days with an occasional yacht or motor cruiser for company.
The islands themselves are large mountainous barren rocks with sparse vegetation. The towns and inhabitants are generally found by the coastline though there are some inland villages. The people are polite and friendly and the food fresh, delicious and reasonably priced.
We have booked our flights home from Crete for the 22nd October.
Next stop The Dodocanese Islands.
... no idea, really where we were going, but walked down a small path through the brush down the side of the hill/mountain/I don't know, crossed the beach, and found a taverna! The food was delicious, and the view was spectacular. I tried octopus for the first (and last) time!
After eating we headed back up to the cafe by the site to get some ice cream, which was also fantastic. We then walked up the hill across from that of the Temple, to look around and ...
Sorry about that, but I am having trouble with the blogger. The sailing boat was the Maltese falcon. Google it, absolute luxury. Cost originally $166m. Have I put a picture in, not good as it is taken against the sun, but I can prove I have seen it.
I am sitting on the back of the boat at the moment, everybody else has gone to bead. It is a beautiful warm and balmy night, with a gentle cool breeze blowing from the north. I can see ...