Pyli Bay Hotel
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Today started at our usual pace of slow... Breakfast at the studio, Greek yogurt with honey, croissant and coffee. The down to the beach to park ourselves under a sun umbrella and swim and read and swim and read and swim and read.. I'm guessing you get the picture. Shirley and I had organised to finish our time on Kos with a day spa..not your Australian kind of day spa this was an authentic Hamam Turkish spa..what a laugh! First of we didn't bring our bathers so they provided us ...
... br> found a pair of shoes in pink that are so comfy, thought I would get the white ones but none in my size so left with just one pair. After a couple of shops decided I would get the black as well. They are so comfortable I think I need more!
A bit more shopping later I had a new shirt, handbag, pack of cards, Greece cd, some more presents and I think that's it.
Stopped to get a taxi and ...
... well as it could have been. Shirley had a productive morning in the shopping department then we decided to stop for lunch the boys had finished one site and came to join us for a pleasant lunch. Then back out shopping .....we found this lovely little French ladies shop full of Greek and Turkey items where I made a couple of purchases then we decided it was time to get back to the hotel...ok so which way... We decided taxi would be the best solution and Shirley spoke to a taverna ...
... to George and he told us his love story he bought us a round of shots. Ouzo for the boys and peach schnapps for the girls. Then Constantine decided he needed to give us shots too. A round of strawberry schnapps.
Then we went over to the supermarket to meet Mary. She still sounds like an Aussie.
Back to the studios where the boys drank half a bottle of ouzo
... orange juice in a lovely little cafe just a bit further down the beach followed by a complementary ouzo :) Then back to the beach to do more swimming, sunning and snoozing quite an easy day with no rushing around . Dinner was an interesting affair we found a pink restaurant owned by a gentleman that had married an Aussie ...