Oassis Hotel

Address: 16 Olimpou Street, Paralía, Macedonia Region, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 16 Olimpou Street, Paralía, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Paralía

Saying goodbye to gyro

A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Nov 17, 2014

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... day we made it to the quaint port town of Gytheio (also spelt Gythio and Gythion on road signs throughout). We dropped by the walled town of Monemvasia on the way. By the size of the bus parking this place is clearly a hotspot in summer although our timing meant most of the town was shut down. This didn’t distract from its Byzantine beauty sitting perched on a cliffface gingerly griping to Greece by a ...

A Toilet Story

A travel blog entry by ireneandchris on Oct 05, 2010

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... that never fails us has thrown up it's hands and surrendered completely. We can't point the finger at anyone in particular so it's brownie points to John as he tackles the problem head on. Excuse the pun!

By the time the boys have dismantled everything and then rebuilt it, it's dark and we settle for a night on board and a home cooked meal.

This will be added to Chris's collection of Toilet Stories.


A stop over with views you can't believe.

A travel blog entry by the-gibbons on Aug 03, 2010

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... at Patra and the deep blue sea between us and the Northern part of Greece. ( this is the view we want for our new home). In a way its a shame its just 1 night but with the way Greece has gone tomorrow could be even better!!.

Onwards to Parga

Arrived in Greece and headed to Rio to camp the ni

A travel blog entry by devinwatson on Jan 05, 2010

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... state and spoke English. We told her we were trying to get to Rion Camping and she knew where it was and explained that we were just switching buses to get the rest of the way to Rio.

Thankful for our assistance we followed her to the other bus and we saw some signs pointing to the campsite so we were indeed headed the right way. Eventually we made it to the closest stop and jumped off under what we are told is the longest suspension bridge in Europe. After ...

Tin-openers and mountains...

A travel blog entry by saracengill on Jul 11, 2009

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... hope that they might be more affordable elsewhere, we held out for finding a cheaper one and went back to the car (postcards, as was now usual, had entirely slipped our collective 'mind'). Driving out we passed a store that appeared to sell everything - and did! The charming young lady in charge was keen to speak English and she and I were just reaching agreement on what we needed, in a mixture of English and Greek... when Paul slapped a tin-opener down on ...