Sheraton Cesme Hotel Resort & Spa
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Fri 3rd: Explored the Kampos citrus estates and museum near the town of Chios and then drove along most of the east coast of the island stopping at Vrontadas, Pantoukios, Lagada and Marmaro. Vrontadas is where the renowned Easter Rocketwar spectacular ...
... in the next village we drove to called Anavatou. This was up the top of a mountain more than a thousand meters high and very remote. Apparently there is only one permanent villager livng there now who is in her 70s and who refuses to move. She does have some company when summer visitors go to rent houses there although what they do there is a mystery other that to sell ice cream in the only little shop to the tourists who drive for hours to see them. When we ...
... prepares wonderful salads (beetroot especially good!). We bid a fond farewell to the Sideratos Apartments on Tuesday evening and motor gently back to the port. We're now literally just about to board the Ariadne, bound for Piraeus. We have a 'luxury' cabin... but what that actually means is as yet unknown at the time of writing! We're really looking forward to seeing Louie in Ithaki either on Wednesday or Thursday depending on the journey. She gets to Captain Yannis on Wednesday ...
... our ferry tickets for the Tuesday night sailing to Piraeus and drive about six or seven miles south to find the most perfect self-catering apartment with a balcony overlooking a sheltered bay. We can cook, there's a washing machine and it's peaceful... we're staying put for the next three days. Hilli says it could not be more peaceful or perfect, and she is excited by the thought of doing some ...
... in her wonderfully-artistic amphitheater-like yard and garden. (Note to self, the rows of seating made of stone that Stella had built into the hillside made for an incredibly social atmosphere and might be something to someday try to emulate at our home.) Joining us for dinner was a gentleman from Australia whom we had met on our first night in Volissos, Michael, who had been on a very vagabond-like journey of exploration of his family's roots. Michael had lived his whole life ...