Maria Mare Apartments
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... Off to the Beach, it's about a 10 minute walk past a couple of hotels, taverna's and shops.The Beach is a narrow sandy bay with the Bluest water around a small harbour. There's a row of Taverna's along the front and it's generally a nice quiet area.
Off come shoes and a walk through the edge of the water takes us to a small wooden jetty where we all sit and soak up the sun. Feel So Relaxed ...
... why haven't I got my Camera out!! You'll have to take my word for it.
A few minutes later we're at the hotel.
Off the coach we're met by George who directs us to the Pool Bar where I thirstily watch the lady behind the bar poor a Large Mythos beer - It's 1am after a long journey, Beer or Bed!!! Bed wins out. The Lady who turns out to be Jenny shows us to our rooms.
... playing away. We had a lot of fun listening and at times bopping away to a lot of our favourite old songs. We're very glad we brought this with us.
Back into town again for dinner at Taverna Poseidon. We liked it so much we weren't bothered to try anywhere else. This time we shared Linguini Marinara and Greek lamb. Very delicious.
Tonight it was David's turn to flake it. He was so tired.
THURSDAY: We ...
... 1.30 I had a fabulous relaxing hot stone massage, followed by a pedicure and manicure. The young Greek girl was lovely and we chatted about all sorts of things. After the massage I sat in a quiet relaxation room where there was a big basket of flat rocks with messages from clients. What a lovely idea...apparently this was last years effort. This year they are using small canvas plaques and there was a tray of coloured pencils. So I sat and wrote my plaque ...
... of the afternoon by the sea, dozing and reading our books. Not too eventful, but as usual the time still seemed to whiz by!
We shared another awesome club sandwich for dinner (we could get addicted to these) and then went for a long walk after dinner. The nearby hills reminded us very much of home and all of a sudden I thought I heard the faint sounds of a kookaburra beginning it's ...