Porto Tango Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and french.
First of all we left the town and drove into the heart of the island, where we went to a small village. Here we went to see an olive press museum, then walked down and saw a traditional ceramic maker. We saw how he made his pots and jars. We then got back on the bus and left that village and went to another village. Here we went to a distillery museum, where we got to do some tastings of the product, hear about the history and see some of ...
... was called this. I parked my buggy and went for a walk along the beach, then came back to the buggy and continued on until the road ended.
At the end of the road i went back out to the beach, walked along it, had a swim and then relaxed on the sand. I then went back to the buggy and headed back along the road, i stopped for an early lunch at one of the taverns along side the beach. After eating and drinking i went back out. I found another spot to park and went for a walk ...
... so i found that and got on. We then drove through town to the Soula hotel/hostel on st Georges beach. I checked in and went to the room. As i was staying in the hostel part, i was with some of the girls that i came in on the pick up with.
After unpacking, i went for a walk, first using the hostel WiFi, then walked into town. I checked out some of the hire places, then got a coffee, checked out some of ...
... and Amfitrite Sanctuary which is adjacent to our rooms.
It is then off to town. We enquire if there are any island tours, no. But, there is a bus to Pigros which is thought to be about the best village. Nice run ...
... in, as if doing so would narrow the girth of the bus and allow us to pass unscathed. Somehow it worked and we arrived at the edge of the town safe and sound. We spent the next few hours wandering down extremely narrow cobble stone streets past steep stairways, pots of geraniums, and emerald green, turquoise and royal blue shuttered houses and buildings. Every now and then a fuchsia bougainvillea would spill down a wall or ...