Pasa Beach Hotel
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... pier when the couple came running down! The port 'fellow' was talking to them and the lady was pretty upset and lots of gesticulating and shouting.........anyway the ship came back in and they lowered the gangplank again and on they got to a lot of clapping and cheers! We finally sailed an hour late. Amazing! Pre dinner tipple; dinner; late show; bed. What will tomorrow bring? Something amazing! In case you are wondering, we had a tour guide who used "amazing" every sentence. ...
... terms "hangover" and "hair of the dog" and they seemed to get it. If we could do it over again we would actually skip the mainstream stuff like the ruins and get a more local intimate look at the villages and produce. We did have an accidental encounter with some blokes harvesting olives which was interesting. The swim was great. Warm water and clear as crystal. And no one else on the beach. Had a beach side beer and fish (tuna which looked like minute steak but was ...
... curve in the road there were a set of stairs ( maybe 25 stairs - just a guess) to the left. Up these stairs to the main road and across the road and very slightly to our left we found the path. It is a wide rock path but the rocks are very stable. After about .8 km we came to a sign directing us to the cave. This was a smaller but adequate path. Along this path we could here someone sawing down trees and before arriving at the cave we were met on the path by a ...
... the old dead skin. I didn't notice much difference, but Kinda thinks it was beneficial for her feet.
We walked back to the ship and saw the Queen Elizabeth docked next to our which held several thousand people and dwarfed our cruise ship. I don't think a bigger ship would be any better and personally I prefer exploring new places than staying on the ship and ours had good food and plenty to do.
... and getting to know each other. On the Monday the work started; this consisted of 4 hours per day from 10am-2pm, 5 days per week. The work itself was very easy; we painted the walls and dog houses, but the majority of the time was spent looking after the dogs and ensuring that they were okay. There were always new puppies arriving each day so much of the time was spent playing ...