Ninos On The Beach
Travel Blogs from Roda
For over a week now the "full time holidays" are on and already a first lesson learnd: No plan is a a 100% sure unless it is fullfilled! 3rd of September was "the official leaving date" to Costa Rica fixed and settled for months...now it is the 28th! An offer to go sailing in Montenegro should not be rejected!
So two ...
Currently on the ferry to a place in Greece I can't spell or pronounce haha. Had a good 12 hours sleep so feeling well rested and my foot has FINALLY stopped swelling so walking isn't agony any more which I am super grateful for. However if it's not ...
... live and continue to produce olives anywhere from 600 to 1,000 years. We saw many clearly very ancient trees which were very large and with very gnarled trunks.
We arrived back at the port and our ship later in the afternoon. After dinner we attended a concert in the Show Room with the HALcats band backing a brilliant saxophonist, Craig Richard. He played both the soprano and alto saxophones, as well as the piano. ...
... and let the waves roll over my feet. It wasn't as warm as I expected but it was refreshing. I waddled a bit deeper to my waist and then decided it was too cold so I went back up to the sand.
Once I was dried off a bit we all went up to a buffet not to far away and got something to eat. There was loads of food there and really yummy desserts. We sat there for a while eating and talking but once we started getting hot we left and went ...
Woohoo a free day!!!! After contemplating hiring a car the day before, we decided just to follow Jess and jump onto the 10:10am bus into the main city. The public bus arrived on Greek time 15 minutes later while we stood in the rain then piled in, half of us sitting on the floor due to the extremely full bus. We enjoyed the day looking around the city, attempting to speak Greek, eating and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking