Lofos Village Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Our next destination was the famous Greek island of Ios. We had heard of its reputation for being one of the main party islands in Greece, although this was not the reason for our visit. We were well into the offseason, and we were much more interested in the island's numerous white sandy beaches and turquoise coastlines. We found another amazing and quiet cove and dropped anchor. This time, Catherine was the first to notice the ...
... I started crying ! What a mess. People were looking at me like "what the hell is up with that chick?" In the mean time I've got my head nearly between my legs just sobbing. I didn't puke though, so I'll count that as a win. I get to Ios looking a little more pale than usual, and a driver from my hotel was there to semi greet me (a little late, but .. it'll do). We drove up and up and up away from the ocean "byyyye ocean" I said in my head. After ...
The Greek Islands
Well this is one of the places that I thought I would never get too. But *******n I am glad I did. Greece in general didn't interest me that much after the **** I had heard about Athens and their struggling economy. But the islands are something special. I hate travellers that say they wouldn’t go to places because they are touristy (and ...
... with the mojitos. As Michaela was injured she gave one of the guys in our group the list of pubs to visit and we set off into town on the bus at around 10pm. Fun Pub was first again followed by the Slammer Bar. The thing to do at Slammer Bar is to order a slammer shot. The bartender puts a helmet on your head, pours tequila in a glass followed by a dash of lemonade then with his hand over the top of the glass smashes it against the bar so the contents react and fizz up. ...
... get up to Fira/Thira, Santorini's capital city/village from where we tendered below. First, we took a tender from the ship to the dock then you could choose to walk up, take a cable car or ride a donkey up... Umm, is it really a question?! Donkey, please! Check out the videos (taken from the ship) of the zig-zaggy road the donkeys go up and some footage of the ride courtesy of Joe.
Once up top, we visited the red beach ...