Porto Perissa Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Perissa
... We were picked up at the port and whisked off to the south part of the island to a place called Perissa. Initial thoughts were that this island seemed rather barren and lacked much vegetation of any kind. There were numerous concrete frames of what I assume were supposed to be homes that were half built. Our residence was nice enough with two bedrooms and a nice pool. We got a little Kia beater car as part of the rental rate. There was a family ...
... smoking area is a third of the seating. there is a lot of smoking in Europe. We had a drink and ice cream and settled in for the movie that started at 9.30 with a long half time intermission. The movie was Love Punch. A British romantic comedy that will never be a classic but was entertaining. A wait for the bus outside which as usual was full. A quick hand wash of our clothes and by the time we settled into bed it was 1am - for the third successive ...
... guitar, and laying in hammocks. The town we stayed in was called Plakias, and was a small but welcoming and friendly town. We enjoyed drinks on patios overlooking the beach, delicious greek salads, and lots of tzatziki of course. We didn't do much exploring in Crete, but instead spent our days soaking up sun on a beautiful beach.
After a few wonderful days in Crete we boarded a slightly traumatizing six hour ferry to Santorini. By traumatizing, ...
... we headed to the village of Oia pronounced Eea. What a stunning town! I spoke to one of the shop owners, who originally came from the States, and the population in Oia is 500 and they all work in the shops, restaurants etc… in town. The local school has 48 students.
We walked up to a restaurant which offered spectacular views of the coastline. Unfortunately he wasn’t opened during the day for lunch, but ...
Today we took the ferry to the 'big island' (Crete). Our ferry did not leave until 5.30pm and arrived at 9pm. We then had a long bus ride to Rethymno where we will be stopping for the night and in the morning we head to Plakius. It was a really ...