TripAdvisor Reviews Landeris Hotel Amorgos
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... lesbian (I assume) couple from Colorado. We talked, joked, and they offered to get some pictures of me.
My journey (half) complete, I popped my last fig. Delicious. On the way down I encountered two pairs of Americans on their way up. I remarked how the people climbing the mountain seem exclusively American. It must be that frontier, entrepreneurial spirit, and I say that only half-jokingly.
The climb down was less grueling but more treacherous. Once I had reached ...
... balls, Imam and goat in tomato sauce with potatoes from the oven. The taverna became our favourite on the Island and we ate there quite a few times.
On Day 2 we walked to Levrossos Beach. The views back across Aegiali Bay to the Port along the 25 minute walk were fantastic. After a drink at the Taverna on Levrosso, we continued along a coastal path for a further 20 minutes to the deserted Psilli Amos beach and spent a ...
... from above and there are occasional issues with boulders smashing into the monastery. There were really just a couple of rooms to see but the highlight is the view from the monastery which is worth the trouble. There is also the tradition where guests are served water and some ouzo-like therapeutic drink that smelled of rubbing alcohol. I decided I was well enough without the drink plus I needed all my senses to just get down the hundreds of steep steps back to the ...
The first three hours of yesterday's ferry ride was great, but the
last hour was rougher and everyone was ready to be off Small Cyclades
Amorgos is beautiful with many cliffs plunging down to the sea. It is
a rocky stony place with 100,000 goats and nowhere near the number of
people. The hotel van took us to our lodging about 45 minutes away
along twisting switchbacks over several passes until we reached the
hil town of Tholoria. Our ...
... rooms to on the other side of the main beach which was next to the port. But we could not simply take a direct road to the other side as the road seemed to stop dead in the sand of the beach, so we cycled up and over the island to get to the other side. We parked our bikes but being that it is a small island people don't normally start waking up till 10am, so we wandered around and asked at as many rooms to rent places as possible ...