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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... the sea on the other side of the island, so we crossed over some large hills and drove along the waters edge and reached this town. We had a bit of time to explore here as well, so i walked along the beach, explored the town, got a gelato and wandered around some more. We then went to see this giant statue of dionosysis, still lying where it was carved in a quarry. After a few pictures of this we got back on the coach and used the north coast road to get back to ...
I got up after 8.30am, showered, dressed and then went looking for breakfast. In this hotel/ hostel it is provided on a tray for you. Just juice, coffee, toast and an egg. Nice. After eating i
went back to the room, got ready for the day, then organized my washing. The hotel/hostel also provides a pick up service for washing – leave it in a bag, it gets washed and comes back. Simple. After dealing with that i used the WiFi, then left the hostel/hotel.
I went for ...
Today was another travel day. I got up at 8.30am, showered, dressed, then ate breakfast from the brought up tray. I then got ready for the day, packed my bag, downloaded and sorted pictures, used the WiFi and then took my bags downstairs. Here i checked out and then walked from the hotel to the ferry terminal building. It was a nice walk along the waterfront. I got to the ferry building and it was ...
... bar was my favorite, I think it was called down under bar. this is where we really started to get drunk since they served mini buckets with 40 straws of something strong and delicious. I cant remember how much I paid for drinks but I dont think it was more than 7 euro?? Everybody was dancing and next thing you know, we are on our way to Scandanavian bar. At this point I can't say I remember any of it, but hey I had a good ...
... mind because it gives me an excellent excuse to come back. Instead we hung around the port and I chatted with a Frenchman who had visited New Zealand. "I spent 6 months in Auckland," he told me. "And then 3 months in Wellington jail when they arrested me under suspicion of being part of the Rainbow Warrior bombing." You really never know who you're going to meet. We talked about New Zealand politics for a while, and I got ...