Lofos Village Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... in time to catch the 45 minute ferry to Ios.
When we arrived we were met by a lady who asked us to wait in the car as she was picking up 3 others on the next ferry in 10 minutes, we were happy to wait we weren't in a rush plus we found 3euro in the seat!
We arrived at our place which was large with its own balcony just up from the beach. After doing some laundry we walked to the beach. This has to be the best beach so far. Reminds us of an Australian beach. Beautiful ...
We had planned to visit two museums today but the first was closed. It wasn't supposed to be but, hey ho, this is Greece. The Archaeological Museum was open but doesn't have the best pieces ( gone to Athens again) and the display is not very informative but there were some interesting things from Ancient Thira, ...
... first night on the pub crawl it was as they were the ones getting their face painted and the veterans all steered clear as they new how messy it could get. Last night after I had my face painted I picked briony up from behind and lifted her majestically into the air and leaving a huge smudge mark of all my face paint on the back of her dress.
Slammers was next which was a cool little sweatbox that smelt like pee. The concept of this bar is that if you buy ...
... south of the island so it doesn't take long to drive anywhere. After read beach we wanted to get our last few minutes in Oai with the amazing views and buy souvenirs. We had a coffee at the most incredible café literally over the edge of the cliffs, laying on a couch looking out neither of us wanted to leave….but we did have a ferry to catch so we drove back, dropped off the quad and caught a cab to the port, jumped on the ferry and got ready to party in IOS!! ...
... was the most unorganized, stressful and agonizing airport any of us had been in. Every flight was delayed, the lines had no structure or purpose and it was sweltering hot. Eventually and as usual we made it through the ordeal and with our tans and waist lines nearly maxed out we departed the tiny island en route to Milan, where we would pick up our 4 wheeled stallion and drive through europe for the next 10 ...