Levante Beach Hotel
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... to go down by the pool but he opted out saying that there's topless women down there! I would have thought that's all the more reason. Apparently, his chair up here has a good view still :-) Efhharisto (thank you) for the comments from you guys on the blog, we wish you all could be here to relax and enjoy this lovely place with us. We took the bus to Oia (pronounced ee a) this afternoon to look around before dinner and watching its sunset. Oia is nice too, most of the ...
... of busloads of Russian tourists Oia did manage to retain a bit of its small town charm. Nathan and I especially enjoyed visiting Atlantis Books, a small bookshop tucked away in the basement of an old house.
In the afternoon we caught a bus back to Fira where we transferred to another bus that would take us to Perissa – all the way on the other side of the island. Perissa is famous for its black sand beaches. While the black sand was gorgeous, it was also quite hot to walk ...
... sound, like "eia".
We boarded the bus at the bottom of the cliff and drove literally, zig-zag up the hill to the very top. I felt that we were at the very edge and would tumble over the side at any moment because the edge of the roadway was the absolute edge of the cliff and any movement in the wrong direction could really be devastating. We were also in a huge motor coach, so this bus driver was ...
... slid down the saddle facing the front. I walked back, found dior, she was font ok but Milans donkey refused to go so he got off. I walked with him the rest of the way! What an incredible effort. H didn't complain once and it was hard. It felt like my Achilles could snap. We did it, found rich and the girls and had some lunch. Mum, rich and the kids ordered a chicken souvlaki and I ordered the lamb roast. Pauline ordered some meat balls with rice. It ...
... they are at the top of the 356m Mesa Vouno Mountain give great views of this part of the island. You can walk up the ruins from Kamari along the 'paved' road that zigzags up the mountain side. We decided to get the bus, costs a few euro’s but avoids a steep climb under the hot Mediterranean sun.
There is still a climb up from the end of the road to the actual ruins so it was good to get back to the hotel and go ...