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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Before leaving the campsite we walked Logan on the beach, it's makes your ankles ache walking on the pebbles. The sea is much calmer, but the wind is still cold and gusty.
We set off to drive to the next village, we had to drive up into the mountains across one of the deep ravines and then come back down again.
The drive was lovely with the sun shining on the fresh snow. We frequently stopped to take photographs, once again we had ...
After a very stormy night with thunder endlessly rattling around the mountains we awoke to continuing wind and rain. We hadn't set the alarm so we had a late start. House keeping did some washing as there is somewhere undercover to hang it and with this wind it should dry. Next we took advantage of the free wifi and caught up with new year messages and the blog, we sat inside the cafe and chatted to the German man who has a camper parked here. He comes here with ...
... the tv on and it was reporting of snow across most if Greece, also about a ferry that had had difficulties and people were missing. Every time we went outside for anything we were soaked by the wind lashing the rain against us. It's a good job we have electric hook up and can put the heating on to dry our coats, shoes and trousers. In the evening we watched Les Miserable as a New Year's Eve treat We saw the new year in, we could hear a few fireworks in the distance before we fell ...
... wildlife on them. The landscape bordering the beach looks like a giant rockery, rocks and boulders with various plants and shrubs growing from or in between them. Some areas are fenced off to protect endangered species. Many of the costal plants are coming into flower, the whole area is appealing to the eye. We retraced our way back passed Dream Catcher and walked to the left, the beach had ended and hopped across the boulders that were yellow coloured. ...
... desolate, we didn't pass a single vehicle or see any sign of life for over an hour. In places the road narrowed to as little as 2 metres. We're glad we're in a small vehicle, some large camper drivers wouldn't be happy on this road. Eventually we turned off and dropped down to the coast, we are heading for Elafonisi, a remote beach that is tucked onto Cretes southwest corner, the pinkish white soft sand, turquoise water and ...