Natura Beach Hotel
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... do occur to punctuate the solitude, often idiosyncratic in their nature (today on the bus, I had discussions on Welsh accents, Andalucian agriculture and aggressive German hikers with a retired crown prosecution lawyer from Newport). But generally speaking, it's just you, your itinerary and your thoughts, which at risk of sounding like an anti-social old git, is suiting me just fine for now.
Next time I write, I hope to be in Athens...
I have had so many strolls, spent hours of swimming and endless time watching the sea at this spot that I know so well every angle of the cove.
While writing this, I have all these sounds real in my ears and honestly it is right here that I wish to start or finish my summer holidays next ...
Capturing Natural Beauty
Like trying to retell a dream, recounting a beautiful sunset is a futile enterprise.
The colors, the scale–the true nature of a sunset is ineffable. What's more, such beauty is ultimately subjective in the first place.
I love bidding farewell to the sun as it sets, just as much as welcoming ...
... try to use the main roads mostly. Petrol is quite cheap but before you set off make sure you have plenty especially if you plan to drive to more remote parts. The advantage of having a hired car is that you can drive to the smaller villages, and stay for as long as you wish.
If you plan driving to Akama/Aphrodite trail have in mind that you should hire a 4X4 jeep and not a saloon car because you cannot make it otherwise. There are plenty of companies ...
... mean, it's not Everest, you don't need to go reaching for the altitude sickness tablets just yet but it's not a bad effort from a country the size of a postage stamp and not one of those big, special stamps either they produce to commemorate royal weddings and spanners and things.
Oh, and no, it's not THE Mt Olympus, there'd be no bearded gods sipping Jägermeister (what? Jäger is SO the drink of the gods) and sampling ambrosia voluvants sat atop ...