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Travel Blogs from Eretria
... issues with Doctors Without Borders, as there are with any humanitarian organization, but if I can even make a small fraction of the impact that his organizations have made, I will be happy.
Friday was a laikh day, so Gabby and I went there after waking up from the cleaning lady ringing the doorbell. We really need to start waking up before she gets here. Hmm...what else happened? I went to the Blegen to do some research for my Bluebeard ...
... UNO to get us through it! We were met by the hostel on arrival and taken to Perissa beach in the south of Santorini. Our hostel was 2 houses back from the beach and had a nice pool. We dumped our bags and headed to the beach with a few others. Ian resisted a cheap massage from the Thai ladies. After some beach time, a cheap dinner (the biggest kebab ever!) and a few drinks we called it a night.
The next morning we moved hostels to Villa Marcos where it was a ...
... between Skala Oropou and Eretria.
To get to Skala Oropou, take the bus at the "Platia Egiptou" in Athens or by car take the highway "Athina - Lamia" and then drive to the exit Oropos / Eretria. The ferries start from 6:00 am till about midnight and run every half an hour. The journey lasts 20 minutes.
The Most Relaxing Body Massage!
This entry includes photos from the Gym and Spa.
The Greek word given for this place out here is "Evexia and Spa" which means –Well being.
The use of the Jacuzzi, Gym and Sauna are paid extra here as I learnt.
I had no idea that this resort includes these facilities as well because normally a Spa is found in 4 star hotels. I only ...
... the Archaeological Museum of Eretria should have in mind that it remains closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Earlier some people in the street who were working out there were telling me that the reason the museum remains closed these two days is because the people working at the museum are not paid well, and the government owes them money. How disappointing! A sign of the crisis of course.
So, here I am walking ...