Travel Blogs from Kos Town
Mõnus suur kopsik kohvi hommikusöögil. Muidu on sai ja moos ja üks väiksemaid kanamune, mida ma kunagi näinud olen.
Kaalun võimalikke variante päeva sisustamiseks: bussiga Ziasse (ei tea graafikut, hommikune on vist juba läinud, tagasisõiduks peab mäe otsas kogu aeg siis kella vaatama, äkki hakkab sadama), rentida auto ja sõita Ziasse (kallis …
Lennujaam Kosil on kolm korda väiksem kui Tallinnas ja rahvast on seal kolm korda rohkem. Käib kõva sebimine. Oslost saabuvad pakid on peidetud nurga taha. Bussipeatuses räägitakse araabia keelt. Pime, tibutab.
Orienteerun Sonia hotellini. Lubatud rõdu pole näha, see-eest näitab uimane noormees põhjalikult, kuidas akent avada ja sulgeda. Tundub …
Today was sleep in, swim, lunch (with swim), home for dinner, swim, dinner then bed. Milly: I don't have much to say about mum's, let's say, simple approach for today. I guess she must be tired. That was what I did when I was tired. Anyway, the first thing that happened to me was sleep. An amazing sleep in 'till 10:00, when I only got woken up by mum, dad and Maddie loudly chattering at the kitchen table mixed with a chorus of meowing cats ...
Well. Datca is very lively. Music in the club went on very late (no watch but well past 1 in the morning. The place is going to become as trendy as Fiskardho in the Ionian. We ate a delicious meal on the beach with the water lapping a few feet away. The wind got up during the night and there is now quite a lot of noise from the assorted rigging around us. However the reality is that the noise is greater than ...
... 10 - 15 feet lower than the streets and showing great sophistification for the time - water pipes, floor mosaics, columns, etc. Kors is less than 10 miles from the Turkish coast and lots of water based activity. They sell t-shirts here just in case you forgot to bring one.
Weather has been perfect. We've worked through the jet lag. I had lamb chops for breakfast. We're looking forward to the next few days!
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Sonia Kos Town
The place looks nice and homely, it's close to the port and restaurants but the popularity is maybe a bit overwhelming for the owner. She tries to be extremely friendly with everybody but the sincerity is not there anymore.
Nice big coffee cup for breakfast :) And fast wifi.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.