Hotel Lady Anna
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... disembarked- seasick, tired and hungry.
That's us - before the seasickness hit..... That ship was rolling!
This is evidence that we are journaling...any chance we get...this pic is taken at the airport, awaiting our flight from Athens to London ...
... any form of exterior design creativity. We stumble across the section of town know as Little Venice, where the ocean meets the town, and cafes are built along the water's edge and balconies of houses overhang the water. With a good imagination, it's a little bit like Venice - but without the Gondalas. The next attraction on the hill overlooking the water is a row of Venetian windmills. These impressive large structures were built in the 16th century ...
... all - but I am trying to embrace the island lifestyle while I can, so I lather myself in sunscreen and lay on a towel and cover my head with a scarf ( cannot stand getting my face in the full sun). Connor and Louise embrace the sunbaking so well they both fall asleep.
We eventually get back up and go for another dip - and this time, after the hot sunbaking, the water feels even colder. Another sunbake, another swim and finally we decide to head back to the hotel about ...
... so we gave up and moved on. I will be a few days late in uploading the blog as we will be at sea for a couple of days then on land at Athens. So I will have some catching up to do in the Greek capital. I’m not buying anymore ship internet; it’s too expensive and way to unreliable and slow.
Your continual blogger,
Here is my book review:
Wine and War (2001) by Don and Petie Kladstrup (Random House)
... the top amongst its many lava rocked paths and yet again be blown away by the colour of the sea and what one would think resembled snow toped mountains in the distance. Maybe being Canadian that is just what first comes to mind when you see a rock face topped in white, but here it is the many white buildings that make up the shocking coastal cliff top towns that scatter across Thira, the official name of the main island. Between the geography and geology of ...