Olea Nova Hotel
Travel Blogs from Kas
... with us, it was funny. I liked the feel of this town and I think it would nice to come back to a week or two. There seems to be a lot to do here, and you don't get hassled about going to restaurants to eat. Although my first choice would be to do a Mediterranean cruise and I noticed G Adventures has one, I will add it to my trip list. Tomorrow have another early morning 8:30 am departures and a 5 hour drive to see the White Cliffs of ...
... cake served and been given hand freshened lotion by the steward. The drive ran along the coast on our left and the mountains on our right, sometimes going in amongst the mountains to come out at the coast as we wove along the coastline.It was a lovely drive. There are huge areas where tomatoes are grown under long igloo type structures. With mezes served with every main meal the consumption of tomatoes must be huge.
... gave massages etc. Tara shaved the back of my head and did it plain and straight and add me look Like a lesbian! That night Alex stated and us girls went with the guts to I've of their mates bar down the road to chill out and dance and hang out by the fire. I had fun dancing as I do but to be honest the whole e pill drug thing which spok and a couple others were on MADe them act like douche bags so thankful I don't do that rubbish. We were so tired though so we headed home about ...
The sun shone hot and bright this morning, as each of us were sitting around the breakfast table with the HUGE black "747"s bee-type creatures. We had to eat really fast, and get rid of our plates, and all signs of food rather quickly, before we got totally swarmed. Jacques and Marina went into town shopping, while we stayed on Milena, reading our various books. Once Jacques and Marina returned, Milena left her anchorage, and proceeded around the island, and headed ...
... it was just spectacular. All these tiny private beaches with 2 or 3 people on them, there were some bigger ones with deck chairs and umbrellas on them, there wasn't a lot of sand but there was small white rocks. Too hard to get a picture out of the bus though.
Along the way we passed a place that was named "Noel Baba" meaning Father Christmas. Steve the Kiwi walking encyclopaedia asked what that place had to do with Santa as he was Scandanavian..I ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet