Mandraki Village Boutique Hotel
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How do you describe a
different country? It's completely new. Not a new state. Not a new place to
eat. It is completely new and incomparable, but I will do my best!
Now I know that this is a very short entry. Unfortunately just after my arrival I became quite sick. I didn't have the energy to do anything after the long days of hiking to
post in my blog and it’s a great regret that I have. ...
... hundreds and hundreds of pieces of pottery, it was great fun and the kids were trying to find the best bit of course.
We have been invited for Xmas drinks and canapé at a local ex-pat couple this Saturday which sounds like fun. The community have been very welcoming since we arrived and with only a couple of thousand winter inhabitants you can't go a street without saying hello to someone.
... museum here about local life. We have a quick walk around there are a few shops selling touristy things, a few tavernas that are open and quite busy with a coach load of students, the church in the centre is very old, but closed. The next stop is back at the coast, we were heading off the peninsular, the road was becoming less winding and the landscape opening up into olive groves, the mountains were behind us now and before long we were at Kato Gatzea a small village in a small ...
... outcrop, the road route back was quite a way around and uphill! We climbed some steps up to a cottage and then through a broken fence, up a track at the side of the olive grove until we reached another broken fence on to the road. We followed it back to where we were parked. As it was now after 4.00pm we decided to drive into the car park on the seafront and stay there for the night. The wind and waves were as noisy as last night, but at least it's stopped ...
... Saffron Milk Cap and another which was a type of parasol mushroom and was huge.
The kids and Wifey thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon, we have to say the Greek's have been so hospitable towards us during our stay. Dinner was a mushroom risotto lovingly prepared by Wifey and I have to say it was really tasty indeed. I finished the kids left overs off too.